Teotenango (Mexico)

Teotenango is located in the far southern part of the Valley of Toluca, Mexico. This area was initially settled and developed during the end years of the Teotihuacan civilization.

The site consists of five major groupings of buildings called “conjuntos” labeled A, B, C, D, and E.

The main entrance to the city is through the Plaza of the Jaguar, which lies on the hill on the north side just below the level of the rest of the city. From this plaza a series of stone steps takes one up to the city level.




Map of the archaeological site of Teotenango.


Last update: 01.09.2013