The Temple of the Wind, on a natural prominence at the edge of the cliff, standing on a circular platform provided for temples dedicated to Ehécatl, the god of Wind, one of the aspects of Quetzalcoatl, one single room with the entrance on the north side and a vaulted roof, beside the temple and down right the picture, a shrine, small temple of one small square room with one entrance, Tulum (Zamá, Zamal), arise and grew between 12th and 16th centuries AD, Postclassic period, Quintana Roo, Yucatan, Mexico. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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The Temple of the Wind, on a natural prominence at the edge of the cliff, standing on a circular platform provided for temples dedicated to Ehécatl, the god of Wind, one of the aspects of Quetzalcoatl, one single room with the entrance on the north side and a vaulted roof, beside the temple and down right the picture, a shrine, small temple of one small square room with one entrance, Tulum (Zamá, Zamal), arise and grew between 12th and 16th centuries AD, Postclassic period,...
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