Moral-Reforma Archaeological Site
It was a Maya city that flourished on the banks of the San Pedro Mártir River. In its beginnings, around 300 BC, it was a mandatory stopover for navigators of the time to bypass the river rapids by land.
Its Moral-Reforma architecture is in the Petén style and is similar to that of Calakmul, with a predominance of the volume of the pyramidal base in relation to the building.
It receives this name due to the abundance of mulberry trees and its location in the Reforma-Provincia ejido.
The construction materials used in the buildings are roughly worked flint rocks and limestone, bonded together with lime mortars.