Ancient Sites in Mesoamerica

Ancient Sites of Mesoamerica include posts, articles, and stories about travels through archaeological sites of Mexico and other countries in Latin America.

Xochitecatl - View of the Pyramid of the Flowers

Xochitécatl: The Ruins Of An Ancient City Surrounded By 4 Volcanoes In Mexico

Xochitécatl, meaning “Place of the Flower Lineage” is Cacaxtla’s sister site, another set of ancient Mesoamerican ruins near Puebla City. It was dedicated to Xochitl, the Goddess of flowers and fertility. (Joyce Kelly, An Archaeological Guide to Central and Southern Mexico). Open to the public since 1994, and close to a major city, the archaeological site of

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