Acapulco Announces Opening of Tehuacalco


The Acapulco Destination Marketing Office announced that the recently discovered archaeological zone of Tehuacalco is officially open to the public. Just 50 minutes from Acapulco, Tehuacalco includes the remains of a ball court, residential space and holy temple dating back to the year 750 B.C. With the support of the government of the state of Guerrero and the Secretary of Tourism, the site was discovered as part of extensive research of pre-Hispanic culture in the region aimed to further identify the history of the state of Guerrero.


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