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Tetzcotzingo, "greenhouse"
Tetzcotzingo, “greenhouse”. / Misaelos, Wikimedia Commons / CC BY-SA 3.0

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One of the oldest botanical gardens in the world. Imperial summer gardens for Aztec emperors of nearby Texcoco. Developed in the 15th century as a collection of plants and animals. Includes very impressive and unusual waterworks and other structures to sustain the diverse life forms.

4.3 out of 10 stars 43.3%

GPS coordinates
19.4972 N 98.8180 W
Location, address
North America, Mexico, State of Mexico, hilltop some 7 kilometres east from Texcoco

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