Of all the Mesoamerican deities, Quetzelcóatl is the one you're most likely to have heard of. His name translates to "feathered serpent" in the language of the Aztecs, but he pops up in many of the region's cultures. So maybe it's not so surprising that there's a massive sculpture representing him just outside of Mexico City, a city formerly known as Tenochtitlan. Here's what is surprising: that sculpture is in fact an apartment complex.
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Written by Reuben Westmaas June 26, 2017
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