Sierra de Tepoztlan
Sierra de Tepoztlan or Tepozteco Mountain is located near the village of Tepoztlán, a Pueblo Mágico, in Morelos, Mexico. The mountain range, "vulnerable to landslides, erosions, and flooding", contains only small areas of land which are appropriate for cultivation. Characterized as having "energies", it contains the ruins of a small, pre-Hispanic, Ometochtli temple, known as El Tepozteco. It is believed that there were a number of settlements at one time at the mountain base.
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