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Tecoaque Zona Arqueologica, Tlaxcala

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  • Before the conquest, Cortés took a route towards Tenochtitlan and sent to women, slaves and wounded another Caravan. This caravan, to the pass by Tecoaque, was seized and slaughtered everyone, one by one. They took out the heart. To learn, courts orders one of his captains that he destroy the place. There is a small museum with a room and some interesting pieces; and the ruins with some cards explanatory. If you are by the way is a visit interesting.
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  • Just a couple of miles North od Calpulalpan, The Zone has only been open for a few years, Several Temples have been uncovered. The site is Unique as it has a historical background relating to the Conq...  more »
  • Had always passed next to the archaeological site, as is the side of the road, but we had not given due importance, thought that it was very small, but this time we took the time to get to know this archaeological site, and were pleasantly surprised, this large place and there is much to learn, but still lacks much , already boasts some descriptions which gave us an idea of everything that happened there: D, we wanted a guide but unfortunately there was no one that we would support, but we took the tour alone, and we love, it is not possible that there were no visitor in place rather than us, is really worth a visit, I recommend it 100%, take the time and get to know such an interesting place.
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