Pyramid of Quetzalcóatl: Tula
Visit the remains of Mexico’s antiquated Toltec clan in Tula, which was previously their capital city. From about A.D. 850 to 1150, preceding the appearance of the Aztecs, the Toltecs populated this city in south-focal Mexico. In the principle metro focus territory, there are three pyramids, a castle and two ball courts.
The Pyramid of Quetzalcóatl is a moderately little however extraordinarily luxurious structure with friezes delineating creatures and people. At the top, you’ll discover a sanctuary with four mammoth statues of warriors watching out over the tremendous scene.