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Sayil Mayan Ruins Yucatan Mexico

Photography by Bill and Dorothy Bell

Sayil Mayan Ruins Yucatan Mexico Photography by Bill and Dorothy BellSayil is a Maya archaeological site in the Mexican state of Yucatán, in the southwest of the state, south of Uxmal. It is incorporated together with Uxmal as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996.

During the Late Classic era, the city had an estimated 9000 inhabitants.[citation needed] A population estimate of 5415 to 10830 was put forward by Patricia McAnany in 1990, using chultun-based estimates.Sayil Mayan Ruins Yucatan Mexico Photography by Bill and Dorothy Bell

El Palacio (670-1000 AD) is, with its 85 meter long facade and three stories, the largest building in Sayil. The palace was built in various phases; wings were added and platforms were designed, which were filled with stones and mortar to increase stability.

There is also a observatory ("El Mirador") and a stela. Puuc-style columns are a recurring motif at the site.

The site is managed by Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH), and is open to visitors.
 

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Sayil Mayan Ruins Yucatan Mexico Photography by Bill and Dorothy Bell   

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Safety tips for travel in Mexico

Sonora Only Rules

Pacific Coast Road Log

Highway Road Signs

Build Your Own Caravan

Mex Walmart Locations

Sam's Club Locations

Calendar of Mexico's Festival and Holidays

 

 

 

Golf Locations

 

                       

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31 lb dorado Caught by Captain Frank Percival, Dorothy and Bill Bell

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fishing for Dorado in Mexico

 

The Santa Rosalia Ferry on the dock at Santa Rosalia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Santa Rosalia/ Guaymas Ferry

From the Baja to the Mainland

 

Los Galleria

An amazing collection of Bill Bell's Mexican Photos

 

La Pesca

A small fishing community on the Gulf Coast

 

 

 

Crunch!

A story about Peacocks! Topes! and Low Overhangs!

 

Theft!

It can come at the strangest of times when you least expect it....Blame it on the Gypsies

     

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