Nohoch Mul (?Big Hill?), 42 meters high, large pyramid of seven stepped units with rounded and inset corners topped by a temple similar to those at Tulum with niches depicting the Descending God, Early Classical Period, 325 ? 625 AD, Coba, Quintana Roo, Mexico. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Nohoch Mul (?Big Hill?), 42 meters high, large pyramid of seven stepped units with rounded and inset corners topped by a temple similar to those at Tulum with niches depicting the Descending God, Early Classical Period, 325 ? 625 AD, Coba, Quintana Roo, Mexico. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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