Two Pyramids at Santo Nombre Archaeological Site were Restored by INAH

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PUEBLA.- Two 7 and 14 meters-high pyramidal structures that present similarities with the Teotihuacan architectural style were restored and consolidated at the Santo Nombre Archaeological Site, in Puebla, as part of the work focused on the opening of the site by 2012. The buildings known as Piramide de los Caracoles (Shells Pyramid) and Piramide de los Cascabeles (Rattles Pyramid) at the site located in the municipality of Tlacotepec de Benito Juarez, were explored and consolidated in 2010 by archaeologists from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), to be added up to those restored in 2009: Estructura Sur (South Structure) and Casa del Nahual (House of the Nagual). Archaeologist Blas Castellon, responsible for the archaeological project, announced that in December 11th 2010 the works of the second archaeological season were finished at the site located to the north of Tehuacan, a strategic point of the ex