Three Tourists at Teotihuacan Aztec Site

Tree tourists at Pyramid of the Sun and Moon at Teotihuacan Aztec site. Northeast of Mexico City is the archeological attraction Piradmides del Sol des la Luna (Pyramids of the Sun and Moon). Teotihuacan was Mexico's biggest ancient city and pre-Hispanic empire with perhaps 200,000 people at its peak. <br />
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A grid plan was used--centuries after its fall; it was still a pilgrimage site for Aztec royalty who believed the dogs had sacrificed themselves here to start the sun moving.<br />
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248 steps lead up to the Pyramid of the Sun (the third largest in the world). Built around 100 AD and rebuilt in 1908, it's base is 222 sq. meters and over 70 meters high.