Readers trek North Shore News to Pyramid of the Sun

Matt, Nick, Jill, Elena and Art Duran brought their favourite local newspaper with them on a recent trip to the Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan, just outside of Mexico City.

The pyramid rises 216 feet above sea level and measures approximately 720 ft. by 760 ft. at its base, making it one of the biggest pyramids in the Western Hemisphere, according to Encyclopedia Britannica.

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