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My Trip to the Ancient Ruins of Mexico & Guatemala in 2001 by Phil Konstantin - Bonampak - Picture Page 16

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The Bonampak ruins are approximately 75 miles southeast of Palenque. The entrance fee is 30 pesos. It is a long walk from the park entrance to the ruins. You can get a ride, but it must be from one of the local people. You can also rent a bicycle. The buildings with the murals are not very well-lit. You can see the light from my small flashlight on some of the walls.











A bound captive






There is no lighting inside the rooms with the murals. The bright spot is from someone's flashlight.
























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