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  • 1 Mérida State Anthem — State anthem of Mérida, Venezuela Lyrics Antonio Febres Cordero Music Gil Antonio Gil The anthem of the Mérida State, Venezuela, was written by Antonio Febres Cordero; the music was added by Gil Antonio Gil. Alike the anthems of Cojedes and… …

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  • 2 Tezcatlipoca — For other uses, see: Tezcatlipoca (disambiguation). Tezcatlipoca as depicted in the Codex Borgia. Tezcatlipoca (Classical Nahuatl: Tezcatlipōca pronounced [teskatɬiˈpoːka] …

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  • 3 Ometeotl — (Two God) is a name sometimes used about the pair of god Ometecuhtli/Omecihuatl (also known as Tonacatecuhtli and Tonacacihuatl) in Aztec mythology. Whether such a deity existed among the Aztecs and what was its meaning is a matter of dispute… …

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  • 4 Tamoanchan — is a mythical location of origin known to the Mesoamerican cultures of the central Mexican region in the Late Postclassic period. In the mythological traditions and creation accounts of Late Postclassic peoples such as the Aztec, Tamoanchan was… …

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  • 5 Topiltzin Ce Acatl Quetzalcoatl — Topiltzin Cē Ācatl Quetzalcōatl ( Our Prince One Reed Feathered Serpent ) is a mythologised figure appearing in 16th century accounts of Aztec and Nahua historical traditions, where he is identified as a ruler in the 10th century of the Toltecs… …

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  • 6 Chimalpopoca — For other people named Chimalpopoca, see Chimalpopoca (disambiguation). Chimalpopoca Tlatoani of Tenochtitlan Chimalpopoca dressed as a god Huitzilopochtli Born 1397 …

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  • 7 Valle de los Caídos — Santa Cruz del Valle de los Caídos, view from the esplanade The Valley of the Fallen (Spanish: Valle de los Caídos) is a Catholic basilica and a monumental memorial in the municipality of San Lorenzo de El Escorial, erected at Cuelgamuros Valley… …

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  • 8 Los Zetas — is a paramilitary criminal gang that operates as a hired army for the Mexican Gulf Cartel. [Oscar Becerra, New Traffickers Struggle for Control of Mexican Drug Trade, Jane sIntelligence Review, September 1, 2004.] cite book|title=Networks,… …

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  • 9 Yolandita Monge — Infobox musical artist 2 Name = Yolandita Monge Img capt = Yolandita Monge photo of Demasiado Fuerte promo Background = solo singer Birth name = Yolanda Rosa Monge Betancourt Born = birth date and age|1955|9|16 Origin = Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico …

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  • 10 Santa Catarina Mita — is a municipality in the Jutiapa department of Guatemala.Históricamente los primeros pobladores, que ocuparon la circunscripción territorial de la región fueron: los Toltecas Pipiles y los Pocomames. Los Toltecas Pipiles eran de procedencia… …

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  • 11 Jayuya, Puerto Rico — Infobox Settlement settlement type = subdivision type = Country subdivision name = United Statessubdivision type1 = Territory subdivision name1 = Puerto Rico subdivision type2 = subdivision name2 = timezone=AST utc offset= 4 timezone DST= utc… …

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  • 12 Villalba, Puerto Rico — Infobox Settlement settlement type = subdivision type = Country subdivision name = United Statessubdivision type1 = Territory subdivision name1 = Puerto Rico subdivision type2 = subdivision name2 = timezone=AST utc offset= 4 timezone DST= utc… …

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  • 13 Metro Chabacano — is a station on Lines 2, 8 and 9 of the Mexico City Metro system.[1][2][3][4] …

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  • 14 Mario Monteforte Toledo — (1911 – 2003) was a Guatemalan writer, dramatist, and politician. Born in Guatemala City, he played important roles in the governments of both Juan José Arévalo and Jacobo Arbenz, including periods as Ambassador to the United Nations between 1946 …

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  • 15 Hecate Enthroned — Infobox musical artist Name = Hecate Enthroned Img capt = Img size = Background = group or band Birth name = Alias = Born = Died = Origin = Cheshire, England Instrument = Genre = Black metal Symphonic metal Occupation = Years active = 1993… …

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  • 17 History of Cuba — 1736 map by Herman Moll of the West Indies and Mexico, together comprising New Spain , with Cuba visible in the center. The known history of Cuba, the largest of the Caribbean islands, predates Christopher Columbus sighting of the island during… …

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  • 18 Nahuatl — Mexican language redirects here. For Mexican dialect of the Spanish language, see Mexican Spanish. Nahuatl Nāhuatlahtōlli, Māsēwallahtōlli, Mexicano Nahua wo …

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  • 19 Castile-La Mancha — ɭ̩ Castile La Mancha Castilla La Mancha   Autonomous Community   …

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  • 20 Telenovela — A Escrava Isaura ( Isaura the Slave ), a 2004 Brazilian telenovela based on an 1875 abolitionist romance novel A telenovela is a limited run serial dramatic programming popular in Latin American, Portuguese, and Spanish television programming.… …

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