World's Most-Visited Ancient Ruins
No. 9 Teotihuacán, Mexico
Annual Visitors: 1.9 million
The terraced Pyramids of the Sun and Moon dominate the ancient plaza of this sacred city built between the first and seventh centuries. At 250 yards on a side and 200 feet tall, the Pyramid of the Sun is the third largest pyramid in the world. But the Temple of Quetzalcoatl is more decorated—dedicated to the plumed serpent god that figures prominently in its sculptures and reliefs.
Source: SIIMT Inteligencia de Mercados