El Cerrito Archaeological Site, Querétaro
El Cerrito Archaeological Site, Querétaro
El Cerrito Archaeological Site, Querétaro
El Cerrito Archaeological Site, Querétaro
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Querétaro

Located 7 km (4 miles) southwest of the Queretaro City, in the Corregidora Zone
FREE ENTRANCE
Open through Tuesday to Friday 9 am to 2:30 pm Saturday and Sunday 9 am to 4:30 pm. Closes Monday
About El Cerrito Archaeological Site

The place was occupied by pre-Columbian civilizations for more than 1,500 years from Teotihuacan in a first stage, and then Toltecs, Chichimecs, Tarascan and Otomi. Their structures are truly monumental as it was an important religious and political center. There are several outstanding structures but the Great Pyramid, the Palace, the platform Foursquare, Square Dance and Sculpture Square.

About El Cerrito Archaeological Site

The place was occupied by pre-Columbian civilizations for more than 1,500 years from Teotihuacan in a first stage, and then Toltecs, Chichimecs, Tarascan and Otomi. Their structures are truly monumental as it was an important religious and political center. There are several outstanding structures but the Great Pyramid, the Palace, the platform Foursquare, Square Dance and Sculpture Square.

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