The Pleistocene in Talpa de Allende
Talpa de Allende, Jalisco
Take a pleasant walk along the Quetzalcoatl tourist walkway created to reactivate the energy of the archaeological zone.
MEET A PICTURESQUE SPACE IN THE WORLD
Stroll through the walkway connecting to the downtown with access on the south to the archaeological zone. Go through the hanging bridge and note the curves of the floor that simulate those of Quetzalcoatl, which means feathered serpent, and follow them as part of the modern ritual.
EXPLORE THE HANDMADE ART
Discover the artists who make neotoltecan archeological pieces, replicas of the Atlanteans of Tula in wax, marble, clay, plastic or quesquemetl. Bring a gift to your family; you have a wide variety to choose from such as shawls, rebozos, sarapes, basketry, hats, goldsmiths, pots, vases, molcajetes, jars, bracelets and necklaces of shells, seeds, quartz, obsidian crafts, masks made of quartz, Chac Mool effigies, among many other things.
Get involved in one of the workshops where artisans will teach you how to create your own reproductions or artistic pieces from your imagination.
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