The Great Pyramid of Cholula Building The World's Largest Pre-hispanic
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From the esplanade of the Temple of the Virgin of the Remedies, you can see beautiful scenes like the volcano Popocatepetl, Iztaccihuatl mountain or planting fields that extend around the village. The cool breeze caressing your face, the sounds and smells distance traveling by air, visitors reward for their efforts, while they prepare mentally for the second part of the journey: the Tunnels. When you are about to enter the tunnels, will be at the box office with several guides who will offer to accompany him on the tour. Although the visit can be done well without one, it is highly recommended to have their services, and are experts in the subject of the Great Pyramid and help you better understand the structure of it, making sure to draw your attention to details that could easily go unnoticed.
Beneath the Great Pyramid there are 8 kilometers of tunnels that run through it from north to south and from east to west. Its origin dates back to 1931 when the architect Ignacio Marquina began his exploration, following the contour of the different bases, the slope of the slopes and stairs. At present only a couple of miles of these tunnels are open to the public, but ultimately it is an interesting journey worth making. If you are visiting Puebla, do not miss the opportunity to visit San Andres Cholula and the Great Pyramid of Cholula, a place where you can admire the greatness of our forefathers in all its splendor and surprise with the wisdom they possessed. Cholula Come, you will not regret!