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Piedras Negras

If you appreciate Pre-Columbian Mayan art, then you should visit this ruined town where you can find many decorated temples.

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Attractions near to Piedras Negras

  • Cathedral of San Cristobal

    The colorful Baroque facade of this church stands out from its surroundings. It survived many earthquakes and still retains its splendor.

  • Calakmul

    Listed by UNESCO, these ruins belong to the largest and best preserved on Yucatán. It was the strongest rival of Tikal.

  • Zinacantán

    Hidden in the mountains, this village is the place to go if you want to admire the Mayan culture.

  • Cancuén

    What an overwhelming experience to see one of the largest palaces in the Mayan world. This used to be an important trading town.

  • Montebello Lakes

    More than 50 lakes situated in one natural park. They vary in color as well as in recreational use – come hike, kayak, fish or swim here.

  • Yaxchilán

    Learn about the various kings who ruled this stunningly beautiful place in the Late Classic Period and see all the great monuments.

  • Saint Domingo Church

    The beautiful 17th-century church is a natural dominant of the charming colonial center. What a beautiful monument!

  • Toniná

    Prepare yourself for seeing one of the most amazing Mayan sites in Mexico! Several pyramids, over 100 structures and admirable sculptures.

  • Nojpetén

    Located in the middle of the Lake Peten Itza on a small island, this Preclassic Mayan site was conquered by the Spanish in the 17th century.

  • Altar de Sacrificios

    A fan of Mayan history should not miss this esoteric ceremonial center which consists of three complexes and two plazas.

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