El Pañhú Archeological Site
This archeological site prospered between the years 450 and 950. It belonged to the Xajay culture, considered the predecessor of the present-day Otomí culture. The views of the valley of Tecozautla are one of a kind.
Archeologists have determined that it was occupied by the Xajay people between 450 and 950. They were probably one of the ancestors of the Otomí people who now inhabit the region.
Pahñu Zona Arqueológica, Hidalgo, MéxicoSee map