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Mayan Ruins, as the name suggests, can be described as a site relating to ‘Pre-Columbian Maya civilization’. These ruins lie along Caribbean Sea in Quintana Roo. Tulum is amongst the best preserved ‘coastal’ Maya sites in Mexico. Tourists can take a walk to twenty main constructions that have been distributed over 3 hectares with numerous temple pyramids and a whale of tall jungles. This site falls under the category of ‘deserted sites’; and is in ‘Becan’. Fresco remnants have been made visible in certain structures over here. One can look upon Mayan Ruins as a significant archaeological discovery.