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Teotihuacan Pyramid

Teotihuacán is one of the world's most impressive archaeological sites. The pyramid city, inhabited between 100 B.C. and 650 A.D., is located in a wide valley in Central Mexico on a height of aprox. 2,300 m, hence almost on the same level as the Mexican capital, which is only 50 km far. Even though Teotihuacan has been explored scientifically since more than a century, 95% of the ruins haven't been excavated yet.

Teotihuacan was a powerful political, military, economic and cultural centre that influenced the whole of Mesoamerica. In its heyday, more than 150,000 inhabitants lived there on an area of 20 square kilometres, so that the city was one of the largest metropolis of the world in that era.

The main pyramids are the 63-metre-high Pyramid of the Sun, with a lateral length of 225 metres, and the 48-metre-high Pyramid of the Moon at the northern end of the two kilometre-long Avenue of the Dead. The southern end of the ensemble, of which only a fraction has been excavated and studied, is dominated by what the Spaniards called the "Citadel", containing the Temple of Quetzalcoatl, the Feathered Serpent, and the Rain God, Tlaloc, which is decorated with 365 sculptured heads of these divinities.

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