Located between Xlapak and the Loltun caves, Labna was the final settlement along the Puuc Route, whose height was between the 8th and 10th centuries AD. It’s main buildings are the Arco de Labna ( The Labna Arch) which is rather an entryway, El Palacio and El Mirador (The Palace and The Lookout). Together they form an image representative of the architectural style that characterized the towns which comprised this route.
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