About Sayil

Sayil in Yucatan in Mexico is a small archaeological site of Maya ruins built in the traditional Puuc style.

Quieter than the larger sites in the area such as Uxmal, Sayil offers a good place to see Maya structures such as its impressive palace and El Mirador temple, although there is less to see here than at some of the more famous sites.

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