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5 facts about Tenochtitlán
The Aztec capital of Tenochtitlán was founded in 1325 when, according to legend, the Mexica people had a vision of an eagle eating a snake atop a cactus. They believed this was a sign from the gods that they had reached the spot where a great city was ...
Tenochtitlan-Class Coastal Patrol Vessels, Mexico
The Mexican Navy (Secretaria de Marina) ordered a total of ten Ténochtitlan-class patrol vessels, as of January 2016. The vessels are based on Damen Shipyards Group's Stan Patrol 4207 design. Damen was contracted by the Mexican Navy to provide ...
Mexican Navy's new Tenochtitlan-class patrol vessel launched
The Mexican Navy has launched its new Tenochtitlan-class patrol vessel, ARM Tulum (PC-337), during a ceremony at its Astimar 1 yard in Tampico.
Tenochtitlan: 10 ruinas del majestuoso imperio ocultas bajo la Ciudad de México
A mediados de 1991, Eduardo Matos Moctezuma inició una investigación en la que pretendía redescubrir las ruinas debajo de la Ciudad de México, las ruinas de un espacio, el espacio de la ciudad mexica, Tenochtitlan.
Study overturns prevailing ideas about sacrifices at Tenochtitlan
Who were the individuals sacrificed at the Great Temple of Tenochtitlan? Historical sources mention prisoners of war, but a recent study indicates that not all of them were taken from conquered lands and some were residents of the Valley of Mexico.

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