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The Eastern Collonade (
Columnata Oriente
) at Uxmal in Mexico’s Yucatán.

The city was built in the Maya Late Classic period around 850-925 AD. The site is one of the greatest examples of the glory of Maya temple architecture. The pillars and roof stones are highly stylised expressions of reed and timber-built cottages.

An assignment from National Geographic Magazine.
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