Kabah is the largest site on the Ruta Puuc cluster of ruins in the Yucatan. It dates to the Late Classic period, and contains fine examples of Maya sculpture.
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Today’s photos include the “Dovecote” and the “House of the Turtles,” imaginative names given the antiquities by 19th century visitors. The Dovecote (photos 1-3), named after the niches which looked like a dovecote to Europeans, includes a fine example of a Maya monumental arch. 40 more words