Templo Mayor Museum
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It is crazy to think that Spaniards came and built over the prehispanic cities, but that is exactly what happened. Mexico is the merge of two cultures and this place is the best representation on that.
Templo Mayor (translation: main temple) was the centerpiece of Tenochtitlán, the ancient Aztec capital, constructed in 1325 in the marshes of Lake Texcoco.
Here you can see what's left of our ancestors, just a little taste of their abilities and creations
The heart of the Aztec empire. This museum offers a complete insight into the Mexica prehispanic culture.
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