Archaeological Zone Cuauhtinchan, Malinalco
Archaeological Zone Cuauhtinchan, Malinalco
Archaeological Zone Cuauhtinchan, Malinalco
Archaeological Zone Cuauhtinchan, Malinalco
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The entrance is within walking distance of the University Museum, Street Amajac s / n
Malinalco
The entrance is within walking distance of the University Museum, Street Amajac s / n
Malinalco, Estado de México

General Admission
3 usd
Open through Tuesday to Sunday, from 9 am to 5 pm Closed on Mondays
About Archaeological Zone Cuauhtinchan

Amid the mountain Texcaltepec, known as the Hill of the Idols, was a ceremonial site built by the Aztecs and discovered in 1933. One of the architectural features are monolithic structures, ie, carved from a single stone. It is also interesting that here were carried out initiation rites of the Eagle and ocelots warriors, considered the highest in the Aztec elite militia.

About Archaeological Zone Cuauhtinchan

Amid the mountain Texcaltepec, known as the Hill of the Idols, was a ceremonial site built by the Aztecs and discovered in 1933. One of the architectural features are monolithic structures, ie, carved from a single stone. It is also interesting that here were carried out initiation rites of the Eagle and ocelots warriors, considered the highest in the Aztec elite militia.

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