Sited about 10km out of the town of Xpujil, the ruins of the Mayan architecture at Chicanna that we see today were mainly built from 400 - 800 AD. It is small but contains some of the more ornate and interesting Mayan temples. When I was at the site perhaps only a handful of tourists were there.
"Estructura XX", a Mayan temple at the archeological site of Chicanna
"Estructura XX", at the Mayan archeological site of Chicanna - a huge account of this building athttps://uncoveredhistory.com/mexico/chicanna/chicanna-structure-xx/
Stucco masks and broken noses of Chaac, the Mayan rain god, on "Estructura XX" at the Mayan archeological site of Chicanna
Structure I, built in the Rio Bec Mayan architectural style, Zona Arqueologica Chicanna
The main entrance to Estructura I, Zona Arqueologica Chicanna
Estructura II, the House of the Mouth of the Serpent, at the Mayan archeological site of Chicanna.
The archway representing a serpents's mouth with six lower teeth, Estructura II, Zona Arqueologica Chicanna
The elaborate decorative facade of Estructura II, Zona Arqueologica Chicanna. Details at https://uncoveredhistory.com/mexico/chicanna/chicanna-structure-ii-monster-temple/
Structure VI - Zona Arqueologica Chicanna - more detail at https://uncoveredhistory.com/mexico/chicanna/chicanna-structure-vi/