Fresno, California: Replica of a Toltec Sculpture

In 1980, the Mexican state of Hidalgo sent this statue to Fresno. It's a replica of a god sculpture in the Toltec ruins of Tula.

Tulare St., Fresno, CA
NW corner of Tulare St. and L St., west of the courthouse.
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Tula replica.

Replica of a Toltec Sculpture

A replica of a 900 AD Toltec sculpture stands in a park at the corner of Tulare and L street, by the courthouse.

[Kim Wheeler, 04/06/2013]

That's a god of the Toltecs, a pre-Aztec central American culture. The modern day state of Hidalgo, Mexico gifted the "Atlante de Tula" sculpture to Fresno in 1980. It's a replica of one of their still standing 15+ ft. tall Atlantean figures.

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