The third component of D Group is known as the Xaibé, the cross roads, Structure D-6, or El Cono - variously. It is near the sacbéoob 1, 5, 6 and 8. Of unusual shape, it comprises of an apsidal floor, five rounded sections with sloping walls furnished with a cornice and no temple on top. Its staircase is in two parts, one of which is of normal dimensions, added later, that reaches to the second section. While the building is of the classic era, a fragment of Stela #31 was placed later at the foot of the stairs, delimited by two low walls. A stone sculpture of a serpent's head was placed in front of the stela as an offering. The intended purpose of the structure is not clear.
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