The Great Palace, three stories building including 98 chambers, 200 meters long, wide stairway leading to each of the floors, ornamental richness of the façade of the second floor with its columned porticos, masks of Chaac, big-nosed god of the rain, the descending god between two stylized serpents, Puuc Style, 750 ? 1000 AD, Sayil, Yucatan, Mexico. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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The Great Palace, three stories building including 98 chambers, 200 meters long, wide stairway leading to each of the floors, ornamental richness of the façade of the second floor with its columned porticos, masks of Chaac, big-nosed god of the rain, the descending god between two stylized serpents, Puuc Style, 750 ? 1000 AD, Sayil, Yucatan, Mexico. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Mexican
Precolombian
Precolumbian
Pre-Colombian
Architectural
Architecture
Exterior
Archaeology
Archeology
Archeological
Archaeological
Ruin
Maya
Mayan
Mesoamerican
Prehispanic
Photograph
Stone
Grass
Green
Ornamentation
Pattern
Frets
Rhombus
Column
Chac