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Tula is a town in central-eastern Mexico. It is located some 100 km to the northwest of Mexico City. Usually is identified as the Toltec capital. The city was the largest in central Mexico. Distinctive Toltec features here include terraced pyramids, colonnaded building, and relief sculptures, including the characteristic “chac mools”, relining figures that may have been avatars of the rain god, Tlaloc. There are two large courts for playing the Mesoamerican ball game. Some of the architecture is similar to that at Chichen Itza. The site was extensively looted in Aztec times, with much of the artwork and sculpture carted off. Parts of the site are open for tourist visits, and Tula has a small museum.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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