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10 lugares que ver en Chile antes de morir | Blog Denomades: Información y guía de viajes, qué hacer, ver y visitar

Chile está repleto de lugares espectaculares y es difícil elegir solo 10. En esta selección destacamos los que consideramos que hay que ver antes de morir.

Palenque Chiapas MEXICO is truly one of the wonders of the world. Immersed in dense jungle high up in the hills. Mayan Ruins, Ancient Ruins, Ancient Greek, Places To Travel, Places To See, Places Around The World, Around The Worlds, Voyager C'est Vivre, Magic Places


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Calixtlahuaca near Toluca in Mexico is a well-preserved Aztec archaeological site which was once a thriving city originally home to the Matlatzinca people – the people of the Toluca Valley. The Calixtlahuaca site has a series of fascinating and impressive Mayan Ruins, Ancient Ruins, Aztec Ruins, Machu Picchu, Places Around The World, Around The Worlds, Inka, Equador, Archaeological Site

Calixtlahuaca ruins by John Bartosik

North west of Toluca, Mexico is a uniquely shaped temple of the aztecs Calixtlahuaca.

Palacio de Hernán Cortes, hoy Museo de Antropología de Cuernavaca, México Hopes And Dreams, Adventure, Cuernavaca, Caribbean, Palaces, Museums, Adventure Nursery

Palacio de Hernán Cortes, hoy Museo de Antropología de Cuernavaca

En la capital de Morelos, México, se localiza el Palacio de Hernán Cortes que aloja al Museo de Antropología de Cuernavaca, el Museo Cuauhnáhuac. El Palacio

(P) The ruler of Tenochtitlan, called the “Great Speaker”, had the most wealth and power. The governing council, on the contrary, lacked power in comparison. Inca Empire, Great Speakers, Prime Minister, World History, Ruler, Aztec, Wealth, Eve, Mexican

The ruler of Tenochtitlan, the Great Speaker, surpassed all others in wealth and power. He presided over an elaborate court. A prime minister, usually a close relative of the ruler, had tremendous power. There was a governing council, but it lacked real power.