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"They were on sale" or so the story goes. Supposedly the builders of Kabáh bought the thousand or so Chac mask stones from the nearby site of sacbé located a mile away by a sacbé, "white road" which connected Kabáh with Uxmal. As a curiosity, the Codz-Poop, "Coiled Mat" in Mayan, or as it is better known today as the Palace of the Mask, attracts many visitors. It is a fairly large building with a back almost as impressive as its front.
The city would be entered through an arch spanning the sacbé. There are several unrestored buildings scattered throughout including a large pyramid whose shape is similar to the Temple of the Magician at Uxmal. The architectural staling is similar to other Puuc sites. Take a walk along some of the trails and you will find all sorts of unrestored small structures and monuments.