The Comalcalco Archaeological Site
The Comalcalco Archaeological Site
The Comalcalco Archaeological Site
The Comalcalco Archaeological Site
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Carr. Comalcalco - Paraíso km 1.5
Villahermosa
Carr. Comalcalco - Paraíso km 1.5
Villahermosa, Tabasco
Located 56 km (34.8 miles) from Villahermosa
Located in Comalcalco
About The Comalcalco Archaeological Site

In Nahuatl name means "the place of the house of the griddles" and perhaps the bricks used in its architecture resembling the griddles and used in Mexico is due. The place was a provincial site of Palenque, despite its 160 kilometers away from each other, which indicates the expansion of the Maya. You can see the Great Acropolis, the system Sunken Park, the Palace and temples made of palm wood, clay and shells.

About The Comalcalco Archaeological Site

In Nahuatl name means "the place of the house of the griddles" and perhaps the bricks used in its architecture resembling the griddles and used in Mexico is due. The place was a provincial site of Palenque, despite its 160 kilometers away from each other, which indicates the expansion of the Maya. You can see the Great Acropolis, the system Sunken Park, the Palace and temples made of palm wood, clay and shells.

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