Yucatan - February 2009
South Group

The South Group is the first group we came to after passing through the entrance.  It is on the left of the path.  The temples look pretty plain.  No plaques describing the temples.

According to the INAH sign at the site entrance, the South Group is the smallest group of temples in the site.  The Mayans constructed the most important temples between 300 and 600 A.D, although INAH did not identify these temples.  Around 800 A.D., the Mayans constructed some temples with a different architectural, although INAH did not identify which temples these were either.  The Mayans abandoned the site around 1,000 A.D.

Enrique and I left an offering on the top of the biggest temple.  I enjoyed walking up these temples.

The biggest temple in the South Group at Balamku