About Xlapak

Xlapak is one of the smaller of the archaeological sites along the Puuc Trail in the Yucatan State in Mexico, a trail of Maya sites in the hilly part of this otherwise flat state.

The main structure at Xlapak is a small palace which is adorned with carvings of the rain god, Chaac.

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