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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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  • We went several Spanish friends, we loved the archaeological zone. Although we thought find more figures, we were surprised by the size and the beautiful place where found. I highly recommend it.
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  • It is a very beautiful place and it has magnificent scenery to take photos, however it is small, there is a Museum at the beginning, followed by a very well done and excellent garden for photos, then you walk as 1 km in 5-8 minutes until the area archaeological researched on the way you meet the craft stalls that makes you put and more evenings to get , Council, compare prices and if buy all in a same place them make discount, normally something that you cost 100, in the shop of to the side costs 50. The view from the pyramid where are them Atlanteans is magnificent, as to stay is beyond above a good while contemplating the landscape, it only is that now are fenced and not can approach you. They charge 60 pesos entrance but if you are a student or have inapam (I think that he is well written) enter free.
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  • The archaeological site is near the city of Mexico, it is not necessary to pay the tab, you can do the tour and not expensive. The place is wonderful and worth.
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