Visit Teotihuacan Pyramids in Central Mexico
Teotihuacan was pre-Columbian Mesoamerican city. It is one of the oldest known archaeological sites in Mexico. The city was located in the Valley of Mexico, it is 30 miles (48 km) northeast of modern-day Mexico City. Today this place for tourist is known as the site of one of the most architecturally significant Mesoamerican pyramids which were built during the time of pre-Columbian city in pre-Columbian Americas.
The largest pyramid pre-Columbian city in Teotihuacan was the Pyramid of the Sun. Njidth Of The Pyramid of the Sun is 223.5 meters (733.2 feet) and a hight is 71.2 meters (233.6 feet). This wonderful building is archaeological evidence that in the past people were very smart and diligent.
Below you can see some spectacular photos from Teotihuacan Pyramids, that will gonna blow your mind and will gonna make you to wish to visit it one day in your life.
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In period of pre-Columbian city Teotihuacan was considered as the 6th largest pre-Columbian city in the world with a total population of 125,000 inhabitants.
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Teotihuacan pyramids built beginning around 300 BC as the centerpiece of an enormous city. These pyramids are one of the most popular and most photographed place in Mexico. This archaeological site is an excellent location for all lovers of history and for those who want to explore old archaeological sites. There, tourists can also enjoy the beautiful nature, awesome landscapes, beautiful mountains, clean and fresh air etc.
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