SACBE


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SACBESouth African Council for the Built Environment
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Currently, the Playa Del Carmen hotel, Villas Sacbe, has earned an 82% satisfaction rating from TripAdvisor.
The ruins consist of six groups of buildings that were once connected by sacbes, or white roads constructed of limestone.
He went to the United States for a few years in the 1980s, where he released his American debut "Street Corner" with his jazz landmark band Sacbe, featuring saxophonist Jon Crosse.
To facilitate trade, Coba rulers built at least 45 sacbe ("white road" in Maya) for carrying goods to cities as far as 60 miles away and exerted a tremendous economic influence over the region.
Elaboracion de un plano de los caminos o sacbes regionales de San Gervasio, isla de Cozumel, in F.
The remnants of 16 sacbes (wide stone highways) built in a raised fashion above the marshy ground attest to the city's importance as a trade centre.