Uxmal was one of the most important cities of the Mayan culture, known as "The three times built", it is located in a zone of hills called Puuc, which breaks the monotony of the Yucatan plain. It is the most important city in the area because it had 20,000 inhabitants in its splendor. It is made up of 15 groups of buildings that cover about 2km, highlighting the Pyramid of the Adivino (35 meters high), the Quadrangle of the Nuns and the Governor's Palace.
After Uxmal, which is the largest religious center in the Puuc region. A Sacbe or white road (in Mayan language) connected Kabah with Uxmal. The area covers an area of 1.2 square kilometers and is surrounded by mounds that, it is estimated, may be constructions that have not yet been explored.