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"Labna is the furthest from the region's sites. It is mainly famous and recognizable for its decorated gateway arch, three meters wide by six meters high, one of the main representative buildings of the Puuc style. The site was populated since 200 BC and reached its peak between the years 800 and 1000 A.D. The city extended over 2.2 km2 and housed just over 3,000 inhabitants. In it you can also admire the monuments called El Palacio and El Mirador, which is a temple at the top of a pyramid. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The entrance fee is 70 pesos. Just like Sayil and Xlapak, it is not as visited as other sites, so there is a good chance you'll be one of the only visitors, if not the only. There are few services at the entrance. It is located 35 minutes away from Uxmal. "
"- Monday to Sunday from 8:00 am to 17:00 pm. Last entry at 16:00 hrs. - $75.00 MXN pesos."
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