At the end of the corridor of the ritualistic monuments of La Ciudadela in Teotihuacan sits one of the most famous and ancient temples of this archeological site: The Temple of Quetzalcóatl.
This building is one of the most interesting structures in the city even though it doesn’t have the megalithic proportions of its eternal neighbors — The Pyramid of the Sun and The Pyramid of the Moon — its façade is unique.
All along the length and the front of the monument are heads of feathered serpents representative of the mythical Quetzalcóatl, an ancient living demi-god in the meso-American culture.
There also exist images of aquatic elements and Tlaloc, the Aztec god of rain, water, and fertility.
Address of the Archeological Site of Teotihuacan:
Autopista Ecatepec Pirámides km. 22 + 600, San Juan Teotihuacan, Estado de México.
45 kilometers (28 miles) northeast of Mexico City.
Admission to the Archaelogical Site of Teotihuacan:
Admission: $51.00 pesos.
Automobiles: $45.00 pesos, Buses $150.00 pesos.
Personal CamCorder: $35.00 pesos.
Professional video camera: $5,000.00 pesos.