The Mission Church at Mopilá was destroyed and left in ruins during the
War of the Castes of 1846-48. In the mid-1990s, it was partially restored by Logan Wagner
from the University of Texas. In this view you may glimpse people standing atop the
barrel-vault above the nave. You may reach this vantage with caution by a narrow, steep,
and rail-less stone stairway. From this height a great expanse of Yucatan countryside
stretches to infinity, marked by the distant, high façade of the church at Yaxcabá.

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