National Geographic : 1948 Jan
Staff Photographer Richard H.Stewart Christian Church Replaced Pagan Temple atop the Pyramid of Cholula, Largest ofIts Kind inthe World Like its predecessor, the church is a goal for pilgrims from all over Mexico. The colossal pyramid, now time- and tree-disguised, supported animposing temple tothe god, Quetzalcoatl. Invading Spaniards destroyed it and pillaged the flourishing town. Archeologists have tunneled widely through pyramid's adobe interior (page 122).