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Underhill pyramids also in Mexico

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    Posted: 06-Apr-2006 at 04:18
They have just found another pyramid in the outskirts of Mexico City - lik in the case of Bosnia, it lays under what seems to be a hill: Iztapalapa hill, known also as Hill of the Star.

The pyramid, considered 1500 years old was built by the same people that created Tehotihuacan and abandoned c. 800.

The hill-pyramid is just near some of the poor suburbs of Mexico City, whose inhabitants have been using it for re-enaction of Christ Passion since 1833, after an epidemic of cholera. While this modern religious siginificance has hindered the archaeological efforts, the local people has also been very supportive with the excavations and helped to protect the findings.

Crosses and pyramids alltogether at Iztapalapa

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