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As the only significantly sized Mayan ruin on the Caribbean coast, Tulum's uniqueness adds to the Mayan mystique. Thought to be the seaport for nearby Coba, Tulum's walled environment is at once photogenic and enigmatic.
Approximately eighty miles south of Cancun, Tulum will appeal to jaded travelers and Mayaphiles. The Castillo, the Temple of the Frescoes and the Temple of the Descending God are the three principal structures. High tourism traffic has forced limited access to the structures to preserve their well-being.
Based on information contained in the Mexico Travel Database on January 25, 2012
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