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TEOPANZOLCO;  MORELOS MEXICO,  WHICH MEANS    TEOPAN-(temple) &  ZOLCO (SOMETHING OLD). First SETTLED BY 
 THE TLAHUICA INDIANS. Outskirts of Cuernavaca; Sierras in distance.BECAME A TRIBUTE STATE IN THE AZTEC EMPIRE IN 
THE  LATE  1400'S. The ROUND Altars are typical Aztec Style. MAIN PYRAMID HAS UNUSUAL DOUBLE STAIRCASE.

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