Archaeological Sites
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Mexico is one of the richest countries in the world as to archaeological sites. Although there are very interesting places at the north of the country, such as Paquimé, Cuarenta Casas or La Quemada among many others, the most of the archaeological sites are located in the south, covering the coasts (from the Gulf to the Pacific and to the Caribbean Sea) and all the states included in this region where it’s no possible to find a place without a pre-Hispanic vestige. The National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) has under its shelter a total of 187 archaeological sites open to the public throughout the country, the 365 days of the year.


  • Becán
  • Bonampak
  • Cacaxtla
  • Calakmul
  • Cantona
  • Cempoala
  • Chicanná
  • Chichén Itzá
  • Cholula
  • Comalcalco
  • Cuarenta Casas
  • Cuicuilco
  • Dainzú
  • Dzibilchaltún
  • Edzná
  • Ek Balam
  • El Tajín
  • Izamal
  • Kabah
  • Kohunlich
  • La Quemada
  • La Venta
  • Labná
  • Loltun
  • Malinalco
  • Mayapán
  • Mitla
  • Monte Albán
  • Muyil
  • Oxkintok
  • Palenque
  • Paquimé Chihuahua
  • San Gervasio
  • Sayil
  • Templo Mayor
  • Tenayuca
  • Teotihuacán
  • Tepozteco
  • Tlatelolco
  • Tres Zapotes
  • Tula
  • Tulum
  • Tzintzuntzan
  • Uxmal
  • Xcaret
  • Xel Ha
  • Xochicalco
  • Xpujil
  • Yaxchilán
  • Yohualichán