El Palacio (The palace)

Kabáh

The biggest building in Kabáh was erected on a natural elevation and is made up of 12 different constructions including stairs, platforms, and altars. The building had about 30 rooms and, when accessing the second floor, you can see the different rooms' entrances, separated by beautiful columns. Its roof is adorned with cresting.

Annexed to the main palace there is a building with two staircases, one northern the other western, that gives access to the rooms on the ground floor that have large columns. El Palacio is linked to the Codz Poop.

The importance of this architectural complex and the many people who inhabited it is demonstrated by the 14 chultuns—water catchment systems built by Mayans—that were found around it.
The biggest building in Kabáh was erected on a natural elevation and is made up of 12 different constructions including stairs, platforms, and altars. The building had about 30 rooms and, when accessing the second floor, you can see the different rooms' entrances, separated by beautiful columns. Its roof is adorned with cresting.

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Annexed to the main palace there is a building with two staircases, one northern the other western, that gives access to the rooms on the ground floor that have large columns. El Palacio is linked to the Codz Poop.

The importance of this architectural complex and the many people who inhabited it is demonstrated by the 14 chultuns—water catchment systems built by Mayans—that were found around it.

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