Историја на Ацтеките

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Ацтеките се пред-колумбиски средноамерикански народ кои го населувале централно Мексико во 14 век, 15 век и 16 век. Тие самите се нарекувале Mexica (се изговара /meˈʃikaʔ/) и според нив државата Мексико и главниот град ги добиле имињата.

Главниот град на Ацтеките бил Теночтитлан кој бил изграден на остров во езерото Тешкоко. Главниот град на Мексико е изграден врз главниот град на Ацтечката Империја. Во 1521 година, Хернан Кортез и сојузничките сили ја поразиле Ацтечката Империја.

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