AAA Editor Notes
Teotihuacán Hall (Sala Teotihuacána), on the ground floor of the National Museum of Anthropology, is devoted to the first of Mexico's great pre-Hispanic cities. Here visitors can see a reproduction of the site's Temple of Quetzalcóatl, a huge statue of Chalchiuhtlicue, the Teotihuacán goddess of the “running waters,” and displays from Cholula .

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National Museum of Anthropology admission 70 pesos (about $3.50 U.S.). Audio guide 75 pesos. The fee to use a personal video camera is 45 pesos.
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