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Tula, Tula de Allende

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Observe ancient ruins at Tula, a Mesoamerican archeological site that once served as the capital of the Toltec Empire. Today the ruins consist of a settlement, a main cermonial site, and the Pyramid of Quetzalcoatl--the most popular of the attractions. The pyramid itself features four well-preserved, tall basalt columns carved to resemble Toltec warriors on top. While here, check out the on-site museum, which features displays of blueprints and Toltec culture, architectecture, and artwork. Tula is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Tula de Allende Edition.
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  • It is a beautiful place, as almost all archaeological areas feel that mysticism, that good vibes, arrive and see far 4 Atlantis is great. The tour guide in my hard case 2 hrs approx in total was about 3 hrs and you can see all the area with calm. The cost is 60 AV account with a museum with information and collected parts of the area. Within already existing area stalls of crafts and memories that I became cheap to my point of view. It is advisable to take CAP, hat, sunscreen and water. In general worth, and follow knowing a little more about our culture. Greetings and dare to cross it. Calls: enalgunapartede.
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  • Steeped in history and perfect place to capture photographs. I recommend reading a little earlier or pay a guide, otherwise you'll just be there without knowing.
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  • Place small to visit, we went on Sunday and it is entry free, small but adequate, Museum people knows no barrier not to drop and hit the Atlanteans, unfortunately do not, hence in was pretty good, souvenir prices are very cheap, it is worthwhile to consume their products!
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