The Palace of the Masks, a Late Classic building at Kabáh in the Puuc Hills,
shows the central icon of Puuc-Chenes art, the rain-god mask of Chac.
The palace façade was covered from basal- to the terminal molding with

more than
two hundred Chac masks.

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