El Tajin Site in Northern Veracruz Mexico


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July 11th 2008
Published: March 15th 2010EDIT THIS ENTRY

El Tajin as decribed by Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/El_Taj%C3%ADn

El Tajín is a Pre-Columbian archaeological site located in the present-day municipality of Poza Rica, in the Mexican state of Veracruz. It was the major site of the Classic Veracruz culture and one of the largest cities in western Mesoamerica during the Classic era.

Tajín means city or place of thunder in the Totonac language, and is believed to have been one of the names for the Totonac god of thunder, lightning and rain.




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Totonac voladores rite

Totonac voladores rite preform almost daily at El Tajin.
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