A 1,500-year-old Indian pyramid has been discovered in a neighborhood of Mexico City. The pyramid is located beneath a Catholic religious site. Built into the natural hillside, it measures nearly 500 feet on each side and stands 60 feet tall. The Teotihuacan people, the predecessors to the Aztec empire, build the pyramid around 500 A.D. Get the Story:
Ancient Pyramid Discovered in Mexico
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