The students here add the perfect dash of liveliness and modernity to Cholula, a town steeped in history, particularly around the Zócalo. The Piramíde Tepanapa, a monumental sacred site, is now covered with vegetation, although its inner galleries are open to the public. The church standing proudly atop it was built by the Spanish in the 16C, then rebuilt in the 19C. The countless colonial era churches dotting the city are another illustration of its long history.
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