The Yohualichan Archaeological Site, Cuetzalan
The Yohualichan Archaeological Site, Cuetzalan
The Yohualichan Archaeological Site, Cuetzalan
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Is located 7 km (4.35 miles) from Cuetzalan.
Cuetzalan
Is located 7 km (4.35 miles) from Cuetzalan.
Cuetzalan, Puebla

General Admission
2 usd
Open daily, from 9 am to 5 pm
About The Yohualichan Archaeological Site

Its name means "place of the night 'and was founded by the Totonac reaching its heyday between 600 and 900 AD. Its buildings are characteristic features of Tajin culture, and you can see five pyramidal structures among which the mound of the frets and the ball game. Under the shelter of the INAH, the place is very well kept and you will love the pyramids and gardens.

About The Yohualichan Archaeological Site

Its name means "place of the night 'and was founded by the Totonac reaching its heyday between 600 and 900 AD. Its buildings are characteristic features of Tajin culture, and you can see five pyramidal structures among which the mound of the frets and the ball game. Under the shelter of the INAH, the place is very well kept and you will love the pyramids and gardens.

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