Nohochná ?The Big House?, four long halls with openings between thick square columns, Puuc architectural style, Late Classic Period, 600 - 900 AD, Edzna, Campeche, Mexico. Building used for administrative tasks; wideness of the staircase suggests a possible second use as benches for spectators during special events in the Main Plaza. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Nohochná ?The Big House?, four long halls with openings between thick square columns, Puuc architectural style, Late Classic Period, 600 - 900 AD, Edzna, Campeche, Mexico. Building used for administrative tasks; wideness of the staircase suggests a possible second use as benches for spectators during special events in the Main Plaza. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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