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Xitle Volcano Vent.
"Cuatzontle"
or
"Espacio Escultórico"
Tlalpan, Mexico City D.F. México.
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George & Eve DeLange

November 23, 2011.

Google Map To "Cuatzontle," also called, "Espacio Escultórico,"
or in English, "Sculptural Space," A Nearby Lateral Vent
Of The Xitle Volcano. Mexico City D.F. Mexico.

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Video Of Xitle Volcano Vent. Tlalpan, Mexico City D.F. México.  Also Called 'Cuatzontle,' or 'Espacio Escultórico,' or in English, 'Sculptural Space.'  Travel & Tour Pictures, Photos, Information, Images, & Reviews.
Xitle Volcano Vent. Tlalpan, Mexico City D.F. México.
Also Called 'Cuatzontle,' or 'Espacio Escultórico,' or in English, 'Sculptural Space.'
Click On This Photo For A Panaramic Video Taken Outside Of The Sculpture Area. 25.0 MB.
Video Of Xitle Volcano Vent. Tlalpan, Mexico City D.F. México.  Also Called 'Cuatzontle,' or 'Espacio Escultórico,' or in English, 'Sculptural Space.'  Travel & Tour Pictures, Photos, Information, Images, & Reviews.
Xitle Volcano Vent. Tlalpan, Mexico City D.F. México.
Also Called 'Cuatzontle,' or 'Espacio Escultórico,' or in English, 'Sculptural Space.'
Click On This Photo For A Panaramic Video Taken Inside Of The Sculpture Area. 31.1 MB.

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Xitle (Nahuatl, "navel") is a volcano in the Ajusco range in Cumbres del Ajusco National Park. It is located in the Tlalpan borough in the southwestern part of Mexico City. It is an ash cone volcano with a conical form, round base, altitude of approximately 300m, and a slope between 30° and 40°.

Xitle registered its last eruption in 400. Among the consequences of this eruption were the formation of the Pedregal de San Ángel, to the south of the Mexican Federal District. Cuicuilco, one of the most refined cities of Mesoamerica was destroyed by one of Xitle's eruptions in 50 BC and was covered by lava. The subsequent diaspora of the Cuicuilcans, and the attendant diffusion of their culture across most of central Mexico, influenced important cultural changes in the nearby power center of Teotihuacan.

The Mexico City International Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto Internacional de la Ciudad de México or AICM), also called Benito Juárez International Airport (IATA: MEX, ICAO: MMMX) is the major commercial airport that serves Mexico City, the capital of Mexico. It is also Mexico's and Latin America's busiest airport!

We would suggest using this airport if you wish to visit the Xitle Volcano Vent. We also would suggest visiting Xitle Volcano Vent as a short side trip, when you are visiting Cuicuilco Pyramid Archaeological Ruins. Tlalpan, Mexico City D.F. Mexico. It is not that far out of your way!


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