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Muna

The first thing you can do is go to the local market to pamper your palate with the delicious Yucatecan cuisine with typical dishes such as beans with pork, chaya with eggs, puchero de gallina and, of course, antojitos such as salbutes, panuchos, papadzules and cochinita pibil.

The best way to explore Muna is on foot. On your way you will come across an imposing church with a red facade—the 18th century Templo de la Virgen de la Asunción, which remains as one of the most important.

In addition to this temple, at different points you will find one of its six colonial chapels still preserved as little secrets in the landscape. These are dedicated to San Mateo, San Sebastián, La Soledad, Santa María, San Andrés and San Bernardo, the latter, built with a single piece of masonry supported by three arches, dates from 1819.
The first thing you can do is go to the local market to pamper your palate with the delicious Yucatecan cuisine with typical dishes such as beans with pork, chaya with eggs, puchero de gallina and, of course, antojitos such as salbutes, panuchos, papadzules and cochinita pibil.

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The best way to explore Muna is on foot. On your way you will come across an imposing church with a red facade—the 18th century Templo de la Virgen de la Asunción, which remains as one of the most important.

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