Holmul River (Guatemala)
|Origin||Guatemala (El Petén)
|Source elevation||400 m (1,300 ft)|
|Mouth elevation||200 m (660 ft)|
The Holmul River (Spanish: Río Holmul) is a river in northeastern Guatemala, that flows through the Petén Basin region in the departamento (department) of El Petén towards the border with Belize. A number of significant pre-Columbian Maya sites lie along or near the course of this waterway, including Tikal, Nakum, Holmul, Naranjo, Yaxha and Witzna.
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