Labná, in Mayan language means "Old house or abandoned house."
This site has been quite attractive for its ARCH, its remarkable perfection and fine ornamentation. This structure has 3 m width and 6 m height. Its reliefs are in good condition. Next to Arch it stands “El Mirador”, a temple built on a pyramid.
The apogee of Labná was between 600 and 900 AD.
Labná is located in the southwest of Yucatán, at about 29 km from Uxmal; it is part of the area known as Puuc.