Villas Arqueologicas Teotihuacan
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Návšteva najznámejšej mexickej archeologickej lokality Teotihuacánu, ktorý je vzdialený 48 km od Mexico City. Prezrieme si pyramídu Slnka, pyramídu Mesiaca, zvyšky pôvodných palácov a Triedu mŕtvych. Zastávka pri bazilike Guadalupe, uvidíme tu obraz ktorý sa nedá dodnes vysvetliť, nie je ho možné namaľovať …
... to Teotihuacan ruins north east of the city, was awesome to see the Pyramid of the Sun and Pyramid of the Moon. It was a cheap day out doing it our selves instead of taking a tour, just needed to take 3 subway lines, then a 1 hour bus and $59 pesos ($5) to get ...
... t too bad if I was just focusing on my feet and not the city below. The Teotihuacan pyramids were the first pyramids that I have ever seen and they were even better than I had imagined. The history and legends that go along with the city and pyramids are very interesting and fascinating. Even though the bus ride was very long, it was well worth it to see the city and learn about its ...
... views. I just kept thinking while looking at the pyramids and even the houses how long it took people to build them, because they are made all out of stone! Miguel told us it took them 10 years to build the Pyramid of the Sun! I thought that was crazy, but yet very interesting how times have changed so much since then, but yet they still had their own "technology" or way of living that got them through it!
We left by 4:00 to go back to Mexico City to see the Basilica. Most ...
... style that spread through Mesoamerica.
The city is thought to have been established around 100 BC and continued to be built until about 250 AD. The city may have lasted until sometime between the 7th and 8th centuries AD. At its zenith, perhaps in the first half of the 1st millennium AD, Teotihuacan was the largest city ...