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  2. Cuauhtémoc - Wikipediaémoc

    Cuauhtémoc (Nahuatl pronunciation: [kʷaːʍˈtemoːk] ⓘ, Spanish pronunciation: [kwawˈtemok] ⓘ), also known as Cuauhtemotzín, Guatimozín, or Guatémoc, was the Aztec ruler of Tenochtitlan from 1520 to 1521, making him the last Aztec Emperor.

  3. Cuauhtémoc | Mexica ruler, Tenochtitlan, Aztec Empire

    Cuauhtémoc, also called Guatimozin, (born c. 1495—died February 26, 1522), 11th and last Aztec emperor, nephew and son-in-law of Montezuma II. Cuauhtémoc became emperor in 1520 on the death of Montezuma’s successor , Cuitláhuac .

  4. Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City - Wikipediaémoc,_Mexico_City

    Cuauhtémoc ( Spanish pronunciation: [kwawˈtemok] i ), named after the former Aztec leader, is a borough ( demarcación territorial) of Mexico City. It contains the oldest parts of the entity, extending over what was the entire urban core in the 1920s. Cuauhtémoc is the historic and cultural center of the entity, although it is not the ...

  5. Cuauhtémoc, Last Emperor of the Aztecs - ThoughtCo

    Cuauhtémoc, the last Aztec ruler, is a bit of an enigma. Even though the Spanish conquistadors under Hernan Cortes held him in captivity for two years before executing him, not a lot is known about him. As the last Tlatoani or Emperor of the Mexica, dominant culture in the Aztec Empire, Cuauhtémoc fought bitterly against the Spanish invaders ...

  6. Cuauhtémoc - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libreémoc

    Cuauhtémoc (en náhuatl clásico: Cuāuhtemōc, [1] náhuatl moderno: Kwāwtemok [a] ‘el águila que desciende’; México-Tenochtitlan, 1496-Hibueras, 1525), conocido por los conquistadores españoles como Guatemuz, [2] fue el último tlahtoani independiente de México-Tenochtitlan.

  7. Monument to Cuauhtémoc - Wikipediaémoc

    The Monument to Cuauhtémoc is an 1887 monument dedicated to the last Mexica ruler of Tenochtitlan Cuauhtémoc, located at the intersection of Avenida de los Insurgentes and Paseo de la Reforma in Mexico City.

  8. Tlilancapatl. Cuauhtémoc (c. 1495-1525) was the last emperor of the Aztec city-state of Tenochtitlan, ruling from 1520 to 1521. Only 25 years old when he came to power, he was immediately thrust into a desperate defense of the city against the invading Spanish conquistadors. Today, Cuauhtémoc is considered to be one of the most important ...

  9. Visit Cuauhtémoc: 2023 Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City Travel Guide -...

    Cuauhtémoc is the historic, cultural and economic hub of Mexico City. It is an eclectic zone, containing some of the city’s oldest sights and religious buildings, as well as modern skyscrapers. Visit Cuauhtémoc to learn about pre-Columbian and colonial history.

  10. Cuauhtémoc - Wikipediaémoc

    Faither. Ahuitzotl. Mither. Tlilancapatl. Cuauhtémoc ( Nahuatl pronunciation: [kʷaːʍˈtemoːk], kwauˈtemok(help·info) kent as Cuauhtemotzin, Guatimozin or Guatemoc an aw; c. 1495) wis the 11t an feenal Aztec emperor, an the Aztec ruler ( tlatoani) o Tenochtitlan frae 1520 tae 1521.

  11. Colonia Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City - Wikipediaémoc,_Mexico_City

    Colonia Cuauhtémoc is a colonia (official neighborhood) in the Cuauhtémoc municipality of central Mexico City. It is located just north of Paseo de la Reforma, west of the historic center of Mexico City.