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El Tajin, sacred city for the Totonac, is located in the state of Veracruz, Mexico. Learn more about this archaeological zone here, in AEMM.
Guachimontones is a remnant of the first town that settled in Jalisco; surrounded by landscapes, it was declared a World Heritage Site
Irregular myesteriesLeer más
The Rock Paintings of Vizcaino
In the Reserve of Vizcaíno, Baja California Sur, there are huge rock murals that have already been declared a World Heritage Site. Learn more!
The Organera Xochipala
It is considered the most representative urban center of the Mezcala culture
Boca de Potrerillos
Rock art is the main feature of this desert archaeological site, including thousands of petroglyphs
The valley of dinosaursLeer más
Ixtlán del Río
The tops of the pyramids contained perforated parapets in the shape of crosses, which defy explanation.
The place that seduced and inspired Jules Verne, had its apogee between the years 650 and 900 of our era.