We were a little short on time and the ground around the ceremonial squares was muddy, so we didn't stay very long, but it would have been worth a longer visit. The little museum has good explanations in Spanish and English along with some beautiful artifacts, and the staff was very knowledgeable as they answered our questions. Unfortunately the petroglyphs are fading away from many of the stones, but standing in the squares is still a powerful experience.
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