The Mexican Institute of Anthropology and History has classified over 300 Mayan caves in the Puuc Region of Yucatan Mexico.
More than 300 caves and cenotes, of an estimated 2 thousand existing caves in the Puuc region of Yucatan, Mexico, have been registered by the Mexican Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH). These are spaces in which archaeological remains have been found associated with household activities and rituals of the ancient Mayan culture. The Puuc region stretches along the southern and southeastern part of Yucatan state, and has archaeological sites such as Uxmal, Chacmultún and Oxkintok.
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