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Museo Nacional de Antropología - Museum -

This is one of Mexico City's must-see spots and there is far too much to take in during just one visit. There are 12 ground floor halls covering the history of pre-Hispanic Mexico, including the Aztecs, Mayas, and Olmecs. As expected, there are artifacts and plenty of information about the corresponding cultures and areas in the present day. One highlight is definitely the internationally known, stonecarved, Piedra del Sol (incorrectly known as the Aztec calendar stone). Single out the places you want to go and plan your time well or you will find the doors close too early.

Location:
Paseo de la Reforma

Museum

Price Description: Entry 45 Pesos.

Open Hours to:Open until 7pm










08 Dec 2006




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