Archeological sites

Tlapacoya

Estado de México

The site is characterized by the evidence of occupation from very early stages, although its most important period is da...

Tenayuca

Estado de México

Tenayuca was the first capital of the Chichimeca of Xólotl upon their arrival to Mexico’s basin on the year 1200 CE; Xólotl’s grandson, Quina...

San Miguel Ixtapan

Estado de México

The site is in a zone with deposits of basaltic prisms, which were used for its construction; fertile land and one of the greatest sources of flow ...

Acozac

Estado de México

This site was built during the period known as Aztec I, even though its occupation was continuous until the arrival of the Spanish in 1521; it has ...

Los Reyes

Estado de México

According to the archeological record three constructive stages have been identified in the site corresponding to the Early, Middle, and Late Postc...

Calixtlahuaca

Estado de México

The region where the site is located was inhabited by local groups since the Preclassic Period. According to mythologica...

Malinalco

Estado de México

This site was conquered by the Mexica near the 1476 CE and had great significance within the route of trade for the region of Tepecoacuilco and the...

Chimalhuacán

Estado de México

The archaeological remains of this site were part of a palace built by the Chichimeca people on the year 1300 CE; the T...

Ocoyoacac

Estado de México

The site corresponds to the Classic Horizon of the Central High Plateau; it was possibly inhabited by immigrants from Teotihuacan dedicated to agri...

Huexotla

Estado de México

The site still preserves a wall, considered the only construction of this kind known from the Late Postclassic Period in...

Santa Cecilia Acatitla

Estado de México

The site was related to Tenayuca on its early stages, although later on it was under the influence of The Triple Alliance. A Chac Mool sculpture wa...

Huamango

Estado de México

This site was built by groups with Otomí origin, it was inhabited during the Late Pre-Classic (850 – 1300 CE) and was a political center that ex...

Tetzcotzinco

Estado de México

It probably served as a rest garden for the Alcohua lords, built during the rule of Nezahualcóyotl, it has a hydraulic system that is unique in ce...

Los Melones

Estado de México

It is one of the few sites with architectonic evidence of the Alcohua cultural tradition. It seems that the region known...

El Conde

Estado de México

One of the last examples of the civilian architecture of the Late Postclassic Period is preserved in the site. According...

Teotihuacan

Estado de México

Teotihuacán is considered the first urban settlement of Mesoamerica, with a highly stratified society. The commercial a...

Teotenango

Estado de México

It was founded by the group known as Teotenancas near the 650 CE; later, the Matlatzincas conquered the city and expanded it, prevailing for more t...


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