8 Central America-Caribbean 2

8 Central America-Caribbean 2 - Central American and...

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Central American and Central American and Caribbean Cities continued Caribbean Cities continued
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Outline Outline Mexico City Mexico City Tenochtitl á n (capital of the Aztecs) Tenochtitl á n (capital of the Aztecs) El Z ó calo El Z ó calo Urban expansion Urban expansion Urban issues Urban issues Photos of selected cities of the Caribbean Photos of selected cities of the Caribbean
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Mexico City Mexico City -Urban History -Tenochtitlan (capital of the Aztecs) -altitude > 7.000 ft -population >100, 00 people -1519 the Spanish raised the city -built a city on a grid within the boundaries of Tenochtitlan -Diego Rivera Murals
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Profile of Mexico City Profile of Mexico City -Urban History -Tenochtitlan (capital of the Aztecs) -altitude > 7.000 ft -population >100, 00 people -1519 the Spanish raised the city -built a city on a grid within the boundaries of Tenochtitlan
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City Center City Center -central focus of city was el Zocalo
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  • Fall '07
  • ChrisCoutts
  • Mexico City, Tenochtitlan -Diego Rivera, buildings -commercial structures, -cathedral -national palace, -large central plaza, ft -population

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