Mexican cultural tour iv – teotihuacan in Aztec

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  1. Teotihuacan, 40 kilometers outside Mexico City, was not actually built by the aztecs. Local guides tell us that the site existed before the aztecs arrived, and no one knows who built it. Teotihuacan means the city of the gods. Teotihuacan architecture is the main representative of the sun god pyramid, the moon god pyramid and the death road. The pyramid of the sun is near and the pyramid of the moon is far away.

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    & have spent & have spent & have spent & have spent The sun pyramid is the tallest building in the entire site (65 meters high) and one of the largest in Central America. The moon pyramid is a slightly lower tower, 46 meters high.

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    & have spent & have spent & have spent & have spent The road to the pyramid of the moon is called the avenue of death, but the name is said to be a misinterpretation: like the mayan pyramid of chichen itza, it was built for worship rather than burial.

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    & have spent & have spent & have spent & have spent The pyramid of the sun can climb to the top of the tower, but the pyramid of the moon can only climb half way up. From the top, the entire site and the avenue of death are visible, including the local people’s living place, trade, life and entertainment.

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    & have spent & have spent & have spent & have spent There are also many interesting souvenirs for sale here. What is more interesting is the combination of the gods, including the Aztec gods and the Aztec calendar.

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    & have spent & have spent & have spent & have spent The most convenient way to visit teotihuacan is with a tour group in Mexico City, which costs about $40.

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