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XA-MEF Tula the ancient capital city of the Toltecs. It was a precinct containing pyramids, ball courts, and vast colonnaded halls. Distinctive Toltec features here include terraced pyramids colonnaded buildings, and relief sculptures such as Atlantean figures. Human figures known as “atlantes” served as main pillars in the temple that stood atop the main pyramid. (more of XA-MEF)
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XA-MEL Like Epazoyucan, Meztitlan (also in Hidalgo State) keeps the rest of an Augustinian convent of the XVI century. Most of the designs of this religious order were based on European engravings, all this influence can be seen in the frescoes that decorates the convent’s ceiling. (more of XA-MEL)
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XA-MEZ The Huichol or Wixaritari are a Native American ethnic group of western central Mexico, living in the Sierra Madre Occidental range in the Mexican state of Nayarit. (more of XA-MEZ)
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XA-HOX Tenamaxtli was a leader of the Caxcan Indians in Mexico during the Mixton War of 1540–1542. He was later put on trial in Spain. With the support of Bartolome de las Casas he defended the justice of his cause by appealing to King Carlos I. (more of XA-HOX)
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XA-RKA Tecuala is both a municipality and a town in the Mexican state of Nayarit. "Tecuala" is the Castilian form of the Tecuallan word, which means "place of many wild animals". (more of XA-RKA)
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XA-SGE Huitzilihuitl meaning “hummingbird feather” was the second supreme ruler of Tenochtitlan. He was, a good politician, continued the policies of his father, seeking alliances with his neighbors. During his reign, the weaving industry grew. It provided cotton cloth. The Mexicas no longer had to dress in coarse fibers, but were able to change to soft dyed cotton. (more of XA-SGE)
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N441LF Sometimes also known as Mexico - Tenochtitlan, was a city state located on an island in lake Texcoco, in the Valley of Mexico. Founded in 1325, it became the capital of the expanding Aztec empire in the 15th century, until captured by the Spanish in 1521. At its peak, it was the largest city in the Pre-Columbian New World. (more of N441LF)
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XA-SHI Nezahualcoyotl meaning "Coyote who Fasts" was a philosopher, warrior, architect, poet and ruler of the city-state of Texcoco in pre-Columbian Mexico. (more of XA-SHI)
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XA-MEE Temoaya a town located 11 miles fromToluca . It is known for its large ethnic Otomi population, the Centro Ceremonial Otomí and its tradition of making Persian style rugs using Mexican designs. This is what we can see in this tail design. (more of XA-MEE)
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N225RX Atlixcayotl is the name of a cultural festival that is realized in the hill of San Miguel, in the municipality of Atlixco ( Puebla ) the last week of September. The name Atlixcayotl around the celebration of San Miguel Arcángel is of origin Nahuatl and means great Atlixquense tradition . (more of N225RX)
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N907WA Ixtlan del Rio is the full name of an archaeological site located on the south west region of the Nayarit State. The presence of prehispanic vestiges in the form of Petroglyphs are registered in five areas, which depict sgraffiti lines and representations of abstract figures, such as spirals with rays. (more of N907WA)
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N238RX Teollocan means "Road of the Gods", nowadays is a 6 miles highway to enter the city of Toluca. (more of N238RX)
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XA-RZU Tlapa de Comonfort is the full name of a small town in the state of Guerrero. (more of XA-RZU)
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XA-SHH Axayacatl the name means "Water-mask" or "Water-face" was the sixth Aztec Emperor. Axayacatl invaded his neighbor, killed its ruler, and replaced him with a military governor. It is also important that the Great SunStone also known as the Aztec Calendar, was carved under his leadership. (more of XA-SHH)
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XA-MXB The design chosen for this aircraft belongs to a carved stela in the ruins of Azcapotzalco. During the 13th century the Teponecas tribe turned it into their capital. The design represents the God Quetzalcoatl "The feathered serpent" (more of XA-MXB)
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XA-SGE A typical stormy summer afternoon at Mexico city (more of XA-SGE)
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N129NA Epazoyucan is a small town in the state of Hidalgo. The tail design was taken from the frescoes of the convent, the most impressive are the ones in the convent's lower choir stall. (more of N129NA)
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N1279E Olinala a small village in Guerrero has preserved the art of lacquered by decorating wooden objects with popular drawings like rabbits, frets or flowers. This is what we can see in this tail design. N1279E was the first aircraft taken to the paint shop for the new image of Mexicana (more of N1279E)
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XA-MED Lining up for what was back then Rwy 27R. After the new north runway was opened in 2003 it was re-named 26L (more of XA-MED)
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XA-MEC Nayarit is a State of Mexico. It is precisely here where the Huicholes live. One of the most famous textiles of Nayarit are made by this ethnic group. A colourful embroidery is represented on the tail fin . XA-MEC made its first flight with this livery on January 27, 1991 (more of XA-MEC)
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N1003W Ixcamilpa de Guerrero is the full name of a town in the state of Puebla. (more of N1003W)