Teotihuacan or Teotihuacan (in Nahuatl: Teōtihuācan, «place where men become gods», «city of the gods») is the name given to one of the largest pre-Hispanic cities in Mesoamerica. The remains of the city are located to the northeast of the valley of Mexico, in the municipalities of Teotihuacán and San Martin of the Pyramids (state of Mexico), approximately to 78 kilometers of distance of the center of the City of Mexico. Currently, Teotihuacán remains the area of ​​archaeological monuments with the largest influx of tourists in Mexico, above Chichen Itza, El Tajin and Monte Albán. The archaeological excavations in Teotihuacán continue until our days, and have resulted in a gradual increase in the quality and quantity of knowledge that is had on this city.

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