Archaeological Sites, Oaxaca, Mexico, Oaxaca Valley Ruin Sites
Excavations continue in Oaxaca bringing many artifacts for display at the Santo Domingo Cultural Center and Museum in the center of Oaxaca City.
Many classic-era tomb offerings come from digs in the nearby Oaxacan valley and mountain areas. They go on display at the Santo Domingo museum building, once a colonial convent
For two thousand years, advanced Zapotec and Mixtec cultures built stone cities in the hills and valleys near Oaxaca City.
Ruin Sites, Oaxaca Valley Archaeological Ruin Sites
Oaxaca State has many ruin sites, eight open to the public are within 30 miles of Oaxaca City
Oaxaca city preserves its colonial heritage and the many Spanish built churches while at the same time continuing to investigate the that built stone cities throughout the valleys and mountains.
Archaeological Sites within 30 miles of Oaxaca City
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Oaxaca Valley Ruin Sites
Archaeological Sites in the Oaxaca Valley include many Ruin Sites near Oaxaca City. Oaxaca offers eight sites open to the public that are within 30 miles of Oaxaca City.
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Oaxaca cultural museums display artifacts from area ruin sites
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