Second country in terms of number of inhabitants in Latin America, Mexico is a place of mixing cultures, in constant turmoil a country at the crossroads of northern modernist influences, pre-Columbian ancient traditions and Catholicism arranged with local sauce. However, providing a bit of time before going to Mexico because there are things to see and do: discover Mexico first, a city located at over 2,000 meters above sea level in rampant mood, cash exciting museums and architectural treasures. Then there is the sea and its resorts, the legendary (but stuffy) Acapulco on the Pacific coast, and busy with Yucatan Cancun, Playa del Carmen, and Cuzomel diving spots. paradisiacal beaches cascade. But there is still the Mayan sites, with the great pyramids of Teotihuacan and Zapotec in Oaxaca, to go back to the distant pre-Columbian Mexico. the most beautiful archaeological sites in Mexico Mexico is full of archaeological sites, including evidence of the greatness of the Mayan civilization: Chichen Itza, majestic Mayan city on the Yucatan peninsula, classified by UNESCO and most emblematic of Mexican archaeological sites Tulum, Maya city located on the coast. Yucatan, beside the sea: exceptional. Uxmal, impressive Mayan city in the Puc Region, very well preserved it was declared Site of UNESCO World Heritage in 1996. Ek Balam, Mayan city recently restored in Yucatan, famous for its unique stucco temples and carved stone . Monte Alb & aacute; n, in the state of Oaxaca, a Zapotec site dating from about 500 BC, a World Heritage site. El Tajin, in the state of Veracruz near the town of Papantla. A World Heritage Site or religious ceremonies and sports events were organized. Palenque, Maya city located in the forest in the state of Chiapas, dating from about 600 AD, famous for its elaborate paintings. Teotihuacan, in the state of Mexico, near Mexico City, a huge site with several large pyramids. Teotihuacan was the greatest vi

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