Pahñú


  • CATEGORY: Archeological sites
  • PHONES: 01(771) 714 8866, 714 3431, 714 3520, y 714 3989Centro INAH Hidalgo 01

REVIEW

Because of the style of the ceramics and the architecture, Pahñú was culturally related to traditions from the Bajío region, mainly with the region of Acámbaro and the Preclassic settlement of Chupícuaro-Mixtlan. The site is contemporary of Teotihuacán, but followed an independent development that allowed it to survive the Teotihuacan collapse and maintain its commercial network, becoming an important regional unit in the Late Classic.

ADDRESS

Camino a Pahñu, Pañhé, Municipio de Tecozautla, Hidalgo. Acceso al camino desde la comunidad de la Mesilla, Tecozautla. Hidalgo

OPENNING HOURS

From Tuesday to Sunday, 09:00 - 17:00 hrs.

PRICES

Entrada libre.

CONTACT

Tel. 01(771) 714 8866, 714 3431, 714 3520, y 714 3989Centro INAH Hidalgo 01
dir.hgo@inah.gob.mx / juan_arias@inah.gob.mx

¿CÓMO LLEGAR?

To get there from Tecozautla, at 15 km [9.3 miles], take the road to Huichapan, then take the exit to the town of Bomanxhotá and, without leaving the road, arrive at the village of La Mesilla, passing by the church of the town continue on the road to the north that is distinguished for the limestone that characterizes it until reaching the site. Visitors can take public transport; however, they still have to walk to the entrance of the site.

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