Campeche, a state in Mexico, is located on the Yucatán Peninsula and includes limestone hills, tropical forests, and the Gulf of Mexico coastline. The nation's capital is a walled city with cobblestone streets and baroque Spanish architecture from the colonial era that bears its name. The Campeche Archaeological Museum is located in the preserved defenses of Fuerte de San Miguel, and it features artifacts from many Mayan sites, such as Edzná and Isla de Jaina.