This ancient Mayan city in Mexico was mostly uninhabited by the time Columbus arrived in the New World?

Palenque was a Maya city in Mexico that reached its peak durin gthe 7th century. The ruins have been dated between 226 BCE and 799 CE. During the 8th century, the population began to decline as the city felt more stress, just like most other Classic Maya city-states. When the Spanish explorers arrived in 1520, the city was mostly abandoned, having been absorbed into the jungle.
It has now been excavated and restored and is open to tourists. It is estimated that only 10% of the city has been uncovered, meaning there is much left to be explored. It is only a medium-sized archaeological site but the quality of architecture and art is some of the best in Mayan history