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Palenque fue junto con Tikal y Calakmul una de las ciudades más poderosas del Clásico Maya.

Palenque fue junto con Tikal y Calakmul una de las ciudades más poderosas del Clásico Maya.

Mexico Palenque: 1971- I remember it began to rain and we did what the women did - picked an Elephant Ear palm leaf and used it as an umbrella. To enjoy Palenque in the rain is a beautiful memory.  The fresh smells of the vegetation, the heat replaced by the cool breeze, the sound of rain drops on the leaf....Lola M.

Mexico Palenque: I remember it began to rain and we did what the women did - picked an Elephant Ear palm leaf and used it as an umbrella. To enjoy Palenque in the rain is a beautiful memory. The fresh smells of the vegetation, the heat replaced by t

Scholars and archeologists divide the Maya development into three main periods over the space of 2,500 years

Scholars and archeologists divide the Maya development into three main periods over the space of years

Palenque Maya Ruins - By 2005, the discovered area covered up to 2.5 km² (1 sq mi)

ancientart: “Maya Late Classic terracotta incense burner, AD This artefact was discovered near the Temple of the Sun at Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico. Courtesy of & currently located at the.

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Mayan Ruins & Archaeological Sites

Ruins of the Maya; Index directory for Quintana Roo and Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico's famed archaeological zones.

Palenque is a Maya archaeological site which is located in the present day Mexican state of Chiapas. Mexican visitors who make the trek to Palenque will be richly rewarded

Palenque Maya Ruins - Surrounded by a dense jungle forest in a dramatic mountain setting, Palenque is widely regarded as the most atmospheric and impressive of Mexico's Mayan ruins

Palenque Maya Ruins - By 2005, the discovered area covered up to 2.5 km² (1 sq mi)

Maya Late Classic terracotta incense burner, AD This artefact was discovered near the Temple of the Sun at Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico. Courtesy of & currently located at the Palenque Site Museum. Photos taken by the mayaportrait.

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