Zona Arqueologica Tlatelolco, Mexico City

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#11 of 77 in Historic Sites in Mexico City
Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
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  • Opening hours 8.00 to 6.00. The general admission is free but museum entry ticket is 20 pesos. This plaza show cases three cultural phases, the Aztec pyramids, the Spanish Templo de Santiago and also....  more »
  • This site has had a hard time through the ages with the conquest by the Spanish and now urbanization. It is surrounded by what appears to be public house but I felt it was a safe neighborhood. As...  more »
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  • Cool site, there is bilingual signage (English & Spanish). It is really interesting to see exactly where the existing structure was disassembled and the stones used to build the church. The church was designed by a Franciscan friar, Juan de Torquemada, who was a very influential early anthropologist focused on the indigenous peoples of the area.
  • The history of this place is absolutely fascinating. Many battles have been fought here, history has been written. Go there and talk to locals. It will change your perspective on Mexico.

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