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It is the smallest of three excavated pre-Columbian temples. Mask carving is exposed on the right side wall. Another carving had been covered by a stone wall on the left side; it was uncovered in the spring of 2011, revealing an identical mask. This reflects the tradition of symmetry in Mayan architecture.
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