Archaeological Zone of Tula, Tula de Allende
Archaeological Zone of Tula, Tula de Allende
Archaeological Zone of Tula, Tula de Allende
Archaeological Zone of Tula, Tula de Allende
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Located 5 minutes from Downtown
Tula de Allende
Located 5 minutes from Downtown
Tula de Allende, Hidalgo
Entering through Actopan, take the road to the Del Tesoro and to advance 700 meters
General Admission
3 usd
Children under 13 years, free admission
Open daily, from 9 am to 5 pm
About Archaeological Zone of Tula

Considered the most important city in Toltec culture, it was founded by Quetzalcóatl reaching its maximum height in the 10th century. Among its many structures, Pyramid B, the Burned Palace, the Great Hall, Pyramid C, the Ball Court and the Coatepantli. The most outstanding are the ones known as the Giants of Tula, sculptures 4.60 meters high that represent four mythical warriors.

About Archaeological Zone of Tula

Considered the most important city in Toltec culture, it was founded by Quetzalcóatl reaching its maximum height in the 10th century. Among its many structures, Pyramid B, the Burned Palace, the Great Hall, Pyramid C, the Ball Court and the Coatepantli. The most outstanding are the ones known as the Giants of Tula, sculptures 4.60 meters high that represent four mythical warriors.

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