The House of the Columns, also known as the Great Palace, residential construction, L-shaped building, wide entrance with four columns, outer gallery with columns that divide it into two aisles and a west wing added later, 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 House of the Columns, also known as the Great Palace, residential construction, L-shaped building, wide entrance with four columns, outer gallery with columns that divide it into two aisles and a west wing added later, 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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