Kabah Arch

Looking north through the Kabah Entry Arch toward Uxmal

During the 11th and 12th centuries, the Puuc area supported the densest population in the entire northern half of the Yucatan Peninsula, and there developed a concentration of ceremonial centers in this area. Uxmal was the most important of these centers, and Kabah was its largest dependent center, connected to it by a stone causeway.

This 11 mile Sak beh from Uxmal entered Kabah by passing through the single greatest freestanding arch that the Maya ever built.