Xochicalco Mexico


Mark Cartwright
by Shiran De Silva
published on 14 June 2016

(March 2012)

Xochicalco is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a fortified political, religious and commercial centre from the troubled period of 650—900 that followed the break-up of the great Mesoamerican states such as Teotihuacan, Monte Albán, Palenque and Tikal.

This is a hardly visited by out sider visitors and it's location makes the visit a real off the beaten track and the journey is just gives more of a closer understanding of how the locals always lived in these remote villages and town.

I continuously enjoy my repeated visits to Mexico and have learned so much about the culture and heritage in this amazing and colourful country got to offer.

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