Buildings G, H, I (from north to south) in the center of the Grand Plaza, begun earlier but surviving buildings about 500-750 CEThis complex may have been considered one structure.
Building H with magnificent staircaseAndrew Coe suggests that this complex may have "acted as great altar, with the central Building H the focus of ritual activity" (216).
Views from the southeast
Views from the southwest--back of the central complex--looking toward the North Platform
Center: view toward north showing central buildings and the buildings on the east side of the Grand Plaza; right: looking south with the backs of the central buildings
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