The fortifications of Tlaxcala are posterior in the date of their construction to the great pyramid of Cholula.
One is struck by the diminutive size of the native men and women at Tlaxcala.
Many of the houses had temascals, differing considerably from those of Puebla and Tlaxcala.
After returning to Mexico, we visited the states of Tlaxcala and Puebla.
The latter representation is found in Mexico, Tlaxcala, and Yucatan.
We have always loved the State of Tlaxcala and its quaint little capital city of the same name.
With the little adjoining State of Tlaxcala it was the home of the Aztec and other republics or oligarchies of prehispanic days.
Thus, around the capital city, Tlaxcala, there are some seventeen of these small pueblos.
In Tlaxcala also they had a deity, called Camaxtli, who was similar to this Huitzilopochtli.
In one respect, Tlaxcala differs from all the other Mexican states with which we are acquainted.