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Zona Arqueologica Teopanzolco, Cuernavaca

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Zona Arqueologica Teopanzolco reviews

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  • From the center we headed to check out the Teopanzolco archeological site, located outside of town. After a long walk, we reached the destination yet found out it was closed due to the earthquake... 
    From the center we headed to check out the Teopanzolco archeological site, located outside of town. After a long walk, we reached the destination yet found out it was closed due to the earthquake...  more »
  • 2017 earthquake revealed another hidden pyramid under the main one, older than Plaza Mayor in Mexico City 
    2017 earthquake revealed another hidden pyramid under the main one, older than Plaza Mayor in Mexico City  more »
  • We were excited to see this site, as we had yet to see any archaeological sites in Mexico so far, and this was right in town. We were really bummed to show up and see the gates locked. We thought you....  more
    We were excited to see this site, as we had yet to see any archaeological sites in Mexico so far, and this was right in town. We were really bummed to show up and see the gates locked. We thought you....  more »
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  • Nice place to relax and have a drink with an appetizer of two. Friendly, accommodating staff.
  • Interesting sight but for it's size and the fact that it's in the middle of town it should probably be free. The guards at the lookout where also extremely rude (not at the main INAH gate).
  • I was kind of disappointed, cause we were not permitted to climb to the top of the pirámide..but maybe next time 👍☺️
  • There’s not much to see or learn here, it’s very limited. No access to the main monument, and I can’t believe they have installed rails and signs on top of it; complete disrespect to this ancient spiritual monument. They are also being uptight with the nonsensical disinfecting of feet and drying alcohol gel for hands on the way in. What is the point in vaccines when people carry on with this?? And since it’s during the dry season and the grass is too dried out and sharp to sit on. Look at it from the street and save yourself 85 pesos.
  • Very small and not much to look at, but it is in the city and access is cheap.

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