Teotihucan was one of the most impressively built and planned cities in ancient and world history. It is approximately 30 miles South of Mexico City and was founded around 200 BC/BCE-(though its preeminence dates from 150 BC/BCE to 750 AD/CE, around the same time as The Maya. However, it should be noted that the Maya were not the Original Founders of Teotihucan). The city is comprised of nearly perfect geometric pyramidal structures, the most famous being the Pyramids of the Moon and Sun. Like the Maya, the Founders and later residents of Teotihucan were skilled Astronomers and Timekeepers,as well as brilliantly skilled Architects and Urban Planners.
However, the city of Teotihucan, (according to those who visit), is also said to have a uniquely all encompassing echo effect, especially when clapping-(both individually and in unison). Did the Ancient Teotihucan Urban Planners deliberately design an acoustically advanced city? If so, did these early Urban Planners in Teotihucan have a deep understanding and pioneering knowledge regarding the mathematics of sound?-(similar to the Ancient Greeks and Romans).