is an archaeological site
of the pre-Columbian Maya civilization
, located in the Petén Basin
region of present-day Guatemala
. The site is situated approximately 1.2km west of the site of Holmul
, and the relationship between these two sites during the Classic period occupations is a main focus of ongoing investigations.
Teotihuacano-style imagery found on stelae and murals at the site are suggestive of foreign (ie, non-Maya) presence, or even occupation, although much of the site's extent and historical relationships are yet to be fully excavated and analysed.