Teotihuacán is situated in central Mexico and is one of the most stunning archaeological sites of the world. It is a mystic place and its meaning is “The City of the Gods” or “When Men Become Gods”. It was the sixth largest city of the world in 600 AD. It started declining after 650 AD and was completely abandoned around 750 AD. In 500-600 AD, Teotihuacán inhabited almost 2, 00,000 people with contemporary civilization.

Teotihuacán has always fascinated archaeologists round the world; however its history and culture are all the more mysterious. It left enormous ruins, but not much is known about its inhabitants, who constructed it thousand years ago before the Aztecs came in to power. One of the most preferred tourist destinations is the Pyramid of the Sun, which is as high as a modern 20 storey building. It is the tallest construction in Teotihuacán. As per some archaeologists, the Pyramid of the Sun is almost 2000 years old.

Another major archaeological attraction of Teotihuacán is Quetzlcoatl, which is widely known for amazing serpent sculptures. Teotihuacán is located 30 miles to the northeast center of the Mexico City. By bus or car it will take an hour or so.

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