My Trip to the Mexico City National Museum of Anthropology (#2) & Ancient Indian Ruins of Mexico and Guatemala in 2001 by Phil Konstantin

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My Trip to the Aztec and Maya Ruins of Mexico in 2001 - Mexico City's National Museum of Anthropology - Picture Page 5

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More pictures from the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City. On Sundays, admission is free.


An artist's conception of Monte Alban during its peak.








Female urn/figurine, Zapotec, Probably Middle Classic (400-600 A.D.) Light clay, 34 x 27.7 cm










A map showing the ruins around Oaxaca, Mexico.



a drawing of Tenochtitlan (site of modern Mexico City) and Lake Texcoco





the real stone Aztec calendar wheel, it is 4 feet thick, 12 feet in diameter and weighs 24 tons.








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