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Teotihuacan-"City of the Gods"

It is an archaeological site located 45 km northwest of Mexico City.

Although the city came to have an area of approximately 21 km2, at present all the archaeological monuments are open to public tour is approximately one tenth of the city original.En the classical period came to have a population between 150 and 200 000 inhabitants in its heyday.
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"Street of the Dead"


Name you have is that some researchers believed that the buildings had tombs of emperors. It was the hub of the city and ceremonial center. He was flanked by the most extensive construction in Central America.
Its length is 2 km, has a width of 40 m





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"Temple of Quetzalcoatl"

Toltec civilization when he met the site of Teotihuacan adopted him as an enemy and as a holy city. His custom was to bury their great lords there. Toltec then built this temple. The king ordered the construction of Mitl, who lived between 770 and 829.


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