Ancient Olmec city, contemporary with La Venta, which reached its height 3,700 years ago and ended 2,400 years ago. This culture produced some impressive colossal stone heads, and a famous stela with the second earliest date recorded in Mesoamerica, correlating to: September 3, 32 BC.
On the banks of a river, convenient for trade, remarkable urban planning and the Fretwork Temple, whose facade decorations depict the serpent of fire. The Mexica held sway over the site, who took advantage of the communications network to exact their tribute.
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