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Who discovered Teotihuacan?

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Who discovered Teotihuacan?

Teotihuacan:

An ancient Mesoamerican city located just north of Mexico City, Teotihuacan is a significant archeological, anthropological, and architectural site. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage SIte in 1987, the city features a prominent pyramid, religious symbols, and multi-familial dwellings. In the city's prime, it was the largest city in the Americas and one of the biggest cities in pre-Columbian history. Teotihuacan's exact history is unclear, but archeologists believe it was fully built between 100 BCE and 250 CE.

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Teotihuacan was discovered by the Aztecs sometime in the 15th century, although the exact date is unknown. The major Mesoamerican culture stumbled...

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