Cuautitlán

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Cuautitlán

 

a city in central Mexico, in the state of México. Population, approximately 7,000. Cuautitlán has a sulfuric acid plant, produces artificial fertilizers, and is the trade center of an agricultural region (cereals, fruits, vegetables, and livestock).

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Pointing to the embroidery on her costume]: Este es el sol de 4 puntas, el sol de Cuauhtitlan, Estado de Mexico.
Within this core area regional centres such as Azcapotzalco, Axotlan, Cuauhtitlan and Cerro Portezuelo were much smaller than Teotihuacan, but far larger than villages and differed considerably among themselves.
Projects recently completed or in progress include that by Thomas Charlton and Cynthia Otis Charlton at nearby sites in the upper Teotihuacan Valley (Charlton & Otis Charlton 2007) and Raul Garcia at Axotlan, near Cuauhtitlan, in the north-western Basin of Mexico.
The train will connect the suburb of Cuauhtitlan with the Buenavista rail terminal near downtown, 25 kilometers away.
Officials hope that when the system begins operating, there will be a noticeable decline in the suffocating gridlock that currently exists on the highway connecting the residential areas of Cuauhtitlan with Mexico City's business zones.
The Chinese have ten previous ages, and the Etrurians, the Visuddhi Magga, the Bahman Yost, the Annalos of Cuauhtitlan, the Sybylline Books, and the Mayas all report seven previous worlds, while the Polynesians and Icelanders have nine.
The sacred hymns can be found in the Florentine codex, Historia tolteca-chichimeca, and Anales de Cuauhtitlan.
Michael by Martin de Vos belonging to the Mexican church of Cuauhtitlan (figure 2).