Tingambato Archaeological Site, Uruapan

(4.7/5 based on 50 reviews on the web)
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  • The archaeological area is very nice, even though it is a little secluded road main and poorly signposted to arrive. Despite this, it is worth visiting it. You do need to reopen the Museum's site, since all findings from the site are not in Morelia. The staff of the INAH was very friendly.
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  • It is the third most important archaeological site of the purhépecha region. Although it is relatively small and the terrain you can admire almost to the fullest from any of their angles, the beauty of its buildings (pyramid of the Moon, game ball, two preserved tombs, ceremonial center is dazzling The wonderful thing about the place is that no city noise, is not filtered regularly are birds of all sorts flying over, the climate is delicious and is said to be considered the true Center of the State of Michoacán. As peculiar, it's funny to contemplate from the exposed pyramid another figure compared with the perfect shape of a pyramid larger but covered with innumerable vegetation and avocado trees.
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  • where in each beautiful places left something to learn to see their cultures see today how past have and they are still the same just that with different people of today the best smiles of yesterday going through this archaeological site of tingambato excellent place to learn to travel knowing more each day
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