I walked around the building, following the paths laid out, to the south side. The main facade has a portico with six bays, formed by four columns and a pilaster. Inside there are three rooms set to the north, south and east, with a shrine in the first and three benches in the second. Originally, it is likely that the facade was profusely decorated with stucco sculptures. The sole remaining example appears above the doorway that connects the gallery with the shrine. This is the ubiquitous representation of the Descending God. The structure was covered by a large, flat roof. There are still traces today of the Maya red and blue paint.
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