Palace of the Masks, Kabah, Mexico

© Christina Jablonski

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Palace of the Masks, Kabah, Mexico

The facade is covered in hundreds of masks representing the rain god Chaac. Many of them have noses like elephant trunks still attached. That repetetive feature makes the facade unique in Mayan style of architecture.

Photo ID #565587

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