The Acropolis, 31 meters high, different terrace levels and superimposed constructions with a base measuring 160 meters by 60 meters, singular architectural style that combines elements from the Peten, Puuc, Quintana Roo coast, Rio Bec and Chenes regions, Ek Balam (?Black Jaguar? in Maya), flourished during the Late Classic period between 700 and 1200 AD, Yucatan, Mexico. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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The Acropolis, 31 meters high, different terrace levels and superimposed constructions with a base measuring 160 meters by 60 meters, singular architectural style that combines elements from the Peten, Puuc, Quintana Roo coast, Rio Bec and Chenes regions, Ek Balam (?Black Jaguar? in Maya), flourished during the Late Classic period between 700 and 1200 AD, Yucatan, Mexico. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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