The site, called Xiol, has features of the Mayan Puuc style of architecture, archaeologists said, which is common in the southern Yucatán peninsula but rare near Mérida.
“Historically we’ve been bombarded with information from outside, and now we want to speak for ourselves. We want to show the needs of our peoples.”
– . Dad Neba, Station Coordinator, Voces Originarias Panamá