Located in southern Mexico, Maya Palenque was a Maya city state that witnessed its boom in the 7th century CE and the same was immersed into a forest on decline. Today, it has been unearthed and is a popular archaeological site near the Usumacinta River in the Mexican state of Chiapas at the height of 150 m. Much of the ancient Palenque has been restored by obtaining much information from its symbolic inscriptions on several monuments. Not only in reconstruction, but the inscriptions have told the stories of the Maya settlement who have resided since centuries here to the historians.
Attracting thousands of visitors, Palenque is not that huge in size, but boasts a few exemplary art pieces of the superb architecture, sculpture, roof comb and bas-relief carvings of the Maya community.
In Maya Palenque, [...]