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View of Templo de las Inscriptiones Palenque
Mexico
The Temple of Inscriptions is the most celebrated burial monument in Americas. It's the tallest of Palenque buildings. In the inside there are three panels with Maya inscription about the history of this building. From the top, interior stairs lead down to the tomb of Pakal.
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