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Pusilha
is southwest of Blue Creek Village on the Moho River in the Toledo District, about one mile east of the Guatemalan border. The ruins, built on top of a hill above the river, can only be reached by boat, going on foot or by horse. The plaza contains about two dozen carved stelae and has no large buildings. Two of the stelae have dates of 570 A.D. and the other of 798 A.D. most likely the begining and ending dates of Pusilha.