The Palacio de Ocomo is an archaeological site that was built in the year 450 d. C. by the "Complejo Grillo". The settlement has more than 100 buildings, including residential and administrative units. The most important structure of the place is the "Palacio de Ocomo" a rectangular building that measures 130 m. sideways and 6 m. high on its north side. The investigations carried out so far seem to indicate that it was an elite living space and an administrative center. The site was abandoned around 900 d. c.
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Monday to Sunday 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Visitor Fees (if any)
The site visit is free. If you want you can hire a specialized guide service.
Actions taken to promote environmental or social sustainability
It has a polygonal, in an area of aproximately 50 has., which is protected as a cultural and natural area. This allows to work with new techniques in the conservation of archaeological heritage.