Palace and Arch, Kabah, Yucatan--page 3 (of three pages)

Classic Period; 750-950 CE




Views of the Palacio from the west

It is located on a platform, with several entrances. The Codz-Poop is located to the right (south). (See page 1.)
 

Other ruins on the site

 

The sacbé

The political importance of Kabah is evident because it was linked to the major Puuc city of Uxmal by this sacbé or Mayan causeway, which starts at the stunning arch--see below.
 

Views of the arch

For comparison, also see the arch at the Puuc ruins of Labná.
 


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