Cahal Pech

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Cahal Pech is located in San Ignacio town on top of a hill overlooking the twin town. The site consist of 34 structures with several courtyards including temple, pyramids and residential buildings. Cahal Pech means a “place of ticks.” Early settlers used that particular area to pasture the land. This royal acroplis-palace was the location of the elite where a Mayan royal family used to live.

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