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The largest pyramid in the world in Mexico

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The Eternal Flame

largest pyramid in the world isn’t in Egypt, it’s in Mexico

WHEN IT COMES to pyramids, Egypt hogs the limelight. But the towering, triangle-shaped edifices are not solely found in the pharaohs’ old stomping grounds — Sudan, Guatemala, and Iraq all have grand pyramids worthy of travelers’ attention. In fact, the largest of them all is in Cholula, Mexico.

The Great Pyramid of Cholula, also known as Tlachihualtepetl, is 177 feet tall and its base covers 45 acres — making it the largest monument ever constructed by any civilization on the planet. 


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Some pics of "Ruins at the once sacred Aztec city of Cholula or Tlachihualtepetl (meaning artificial mountain). Mexico".

At 123rf (stock photos): https://www.123rf.com/photo_104284929_ruins-at-the-once-sacred-aztec-city-of-cholula-or-tlachihualtepetl-meaning-artificial-mountain--mexi.html

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