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The Great Wall of Xochicalco in Mexico

By Mexico Expert: Daniel, Mexico, June 2012

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The Great Wall of Xochicalco is proof of the greatness of pre-hispanic history. Recently excavated, 500 meters long and 4 meters wide, it defended the main Xochicalco, allowing it to make a first stand. Xochicalco emerged with the fall of Teotihuacan (650-900 A.D.) as one of many defensive cities around central Mexico. Over one hour south of Mexico city, it was inhabited by some of Teotihuacan’s finest citizens whose greatness has reached us through the carvings of their main pyramid.

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