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Balamku is a small Maya archaeological site located in the Mexican state of Campeche, within the Petén Basin. It features elaborate plaster facades dating to the Early Classic period. It has one of the largest surviving stucco friezes in the Maya world. Balamku was first occupied from around 300 BC. Its most important buildings date from AD 300–600. The most outstanding discovery so far at Balamku is an almost intact 16.8-metre (55 ft) long painted stucco frieze dating from AD 550–650.