Even though it isn’t located in the capital but 45 kilometers away, for any history and Pre- Columbian art lover who is in Ciudad de Mexico it would really be worth a visit, as it is the most famous archeological site in the country. The city was built between the II and VII centuries by civilizations of a still not settled ethnical identity, having been nicknamed by Aztecs in later centuries as “The city of Gods”. In this enclave the famous “Calzada de los muertos” stands out: an avenue with an extension of 2 kilometers, where the monumental pyramids of the Sun and the Moon can be found.