Tenochtitlan was the capital city of the Aztec Empire. The city was built on an island in what was then Lake Texcoco in the valley of Mexico.
In the center of Tenochtitlan was a walled square, where in temples on top of high pyramids Aztec holy men honored their gods with colorful ceremonies and human sacrifices.
The jjDesigns Aztec Temple Complex pieces can be combined to create a suitable backdrop which can fit on a standard 36” wide shelf.
Either the exterior of the walled complex or the interior of the walled complex can be represented.
A display similar to the Roman Fort can be created, which can represent a simple shelf backdrop or a complete fort/temple complex!
The Straight Wall section is 8 7/8 wide by 5 high and 2 3/4 Inches deep.
The Temple Walled Shelf display is 35” wide by 5 ½” deep, and 7” high
Please note there will also be separate staircases available.