Located 62 km south of Mérida, Uxmal is one of the most important archaeological sites of the Mayan civilization, at the level of Palenque or Chichen Itza. In recognition of its importance, it was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996. Its buildings have the typical structure and decoration of the style of the region (Puuc).
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Taking advantage of the terrain, the buildings seem to gain height, especially the Pyramid of the Mago, difficult to climb, with five levels, and providing a real vertigo when, from the top, you look around. Also noteworthy is the Governor palace, with an area of over 1,200 m2.