Huijazoo Archaeological Site Oaxaca, Mexico
Other names for Huijazoo ruin 300 miles south of Mexico City:  Cerro de la Campana and Suchilquitongo
nearby Monte Alban with pyramidal platforms, a plaza, and a ball court and is noted for its tomb number 5, discovered in 1985 and undergoing restoration and stabilization.
This small center straddling the routes to the high Mixtec Alta and the region called the Canada reached its zenith in 800 AD, around that time its noteworthy tomb was constructed.

Three large structures make up Huijazoo ruin site, none are fully excavated or stabilized.
Huijazoo around 250 AD culminating at its height in abandoned after 800 AD
Zapotec Culture, on the trade routes
Huijazoo Ruin Site Oaxaca
Huijazoo Archaeological Site Oaxaca, Mexico  is a small complex modeled after nearby Monte Alban with pyramidal platforms, a plaza, and a ball court.  Huijazoo ruin site is noted for its tomb number 5, discovered in 1985 and undergoing restoration and stabilization.
Huijazoo Archaeological Site, Oaxaca,  is located northwest of Oaxaca City .  The small complex has  pyramidal platforms, a plaza, and a ball court.  Huijazoo ruin site is noted for its tomb number 5, discovered in 1985 .  Not open to the public the tomb is undergoing restoration and stabilization.
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