Tenochtitlán

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Te·noch·ti·tlán

 (tĕ-nōch′tē-tlän′)
An ancient Aztec capital on the site of present-day Mexico City. Founded c. 1325, it was destroyed by the Spanish in 1521.

Tenochtitlán

(tɛˌnɔːtʃtiːˈtlɑːn)
n
(Placename) an ancient city and capital of the Aztec empire on the present site of Mexico City; razed by Cortés in 1521

Te•noch•ti•tlán

(teɪˌnɔtʃ tiˈtlɑn)

n.
the capital of the Aztec empire: now the site of Mexico City.
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