Pyramid of the Sun: Teotihuacán
In Mexico’s old city of Teotihuacán – a UNESCO World Heritage Site that once bragged a populace in excess of 125,000 individuals – you will discover the Pyramid of the Sun.
While it is generally obscure who constructed the pyramid in this city in south-focal Mexico (and why), history specialists trust it was raised around A.D. 100 before the presence of the Aztecs in the region. In excess of 200 feet tall, the structure is perhaps the biggest pyramid of its sort in the Western Hemisphere. The individuals who need to move to the top can stop for breaks at the pyramid’s five arrivals as they trek up its 260 stages.