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Stone Room at Teotenango

Teotenango, from the Nahuatl words “teotl” (God) “tenamitl” (wall) and “co” (place), translates to the Place of the Divine Wall. A Pre-Columbian temple and fort complex built in 650 A.D., it overlooks the Valley of the Matlatzinco in the central Mexican highlands. It was abandoned in 1540 and lies in ruins.

Photo Detail
Date Taken: 06.2018
Date Uploaded: 11.2019
Photo Location: Teotenango, Edo. Mex, Mexico
Camera: iPhone 6s
Copyright: © Eric Herrera