This structure, built atop a pyramid that is in a significant ruined state, dominates a considerable open area - possibly residential - east of the core site. On its left side stands the stela of Yum Keep. The precise function of the relatively small circular building is not clear and INAH has furnished no sign to convey its perception. It faces to the south, and I suspect there were at least ten steps to the upper platform with side panels, appearing on more than one side.
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