Malpasito


  • CATEGORY: Archeological sites
  • PHONES: 01 (993) 352 1030, 352 1022 y 352 1033 Ext. 358000

REVIEW

The site was a cohesion point among the small surrounding settlements in the Valley of the Flowers. The site consists of buildings with an architecture based on the use of sandstone blocks; the structures were adapted to the geographic relieves through artificial terraces. Its cultural context is different from Olmec and Maya.

ADDRESS

Camino a Malpasito - Zona Arqueológica Km. 1 + 850, Malpasito, Municipio de Huimanguillo, Tabasco. Acceso al camino desde el entronque - salida hacia Ocoapan/Rómulo Calzada, de la Carretera Federal No. 145. , Huimanguillo, Tabasco

OPENNING HOURS

From Monday to Sunday, 08:00 - 17:00 hrs.

PRICES

$40

CONTACT

Centro INAH Tabasco / Coordinación de las zonas arqueológicas de la región de Los Ríos, Tabasco
Tel. 01 (993) 352 1030, 352 1022 y 352 1033 Ext. 358000
cinah_tabasco@inah.gob.mx / prisilia_lagunes@inah.gob.mx

¿CÓMO LLEGAR?

Go on the Federal Highway No. 187 Malpaso, Chiapas to Huimanguillo Tabasco, detouring in the kilometer 29.9, going through 3.5 kilometers [2 miles] in a dirt road, to Las Flores neighborhood, where there is a detour to the left, go ahead 2.5 kilometers [1.5 mile] to the village of Malpasito. To the southeast corner the dirt road bifurcates, the road to the left leads to the community, while the one to the right, 1.2 kilometers [three-quarters of a mile] long, leads to the archaeological zone.

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