Quiahuiztlan Archaeological Zone, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast

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Quiahuiztlan Archaeological Zone is located in Central Mexico and Gulf Coast. For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Mexico City holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Quiahuiztlan Archaeological Zone and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • This is something that it is worthwhile, is close to the mouth of the river of Veracruz and may make your trip unforgettable. The archaeological site of Quiahuiztlan was founded between the years 800 and 900 A.d. by groups trying to protect yourself from invasions from the North, so the place was in a high place and inaccessible called Cerro de los Metates, highlights the Central cemetery, where there are graves that take the form of small temples to scale , and inside found human remains and offerings consisting of vessels
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  • Once a hilltop stronghold for the Totonac people, this small site overlooking the Gulf of Mexico is now a most unusual ruin. There are a few pyramid structures and a ball court here but the big attrac...  more »
  • A place that you're going to invest a few hours to arrive, we went on Sunday and we were not charged but apparently it has a cost of 60.00 pesos per person, the place is very calm and beautiful landscapes because on one side you can see the coast and that makes it impressive, exudes an incredible tranquility, you can get involved with the people to interact that instead of thanking and asking for an improvement for the planet and people , raisins so be a tourist to a traveller. The place is highly recommended for some stunning pictures, in addition to coexist with the nature of the area.
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