Tula

(city, Russian Federation) City in the Russian Federation and capital of the Tula oblast, situated on the River Upa, 193 km/121 mi south of Moscow; population (2002) 481,200. Its traditional industries are the manufacture of firearms and samovars (Russian tea urns). The city also produ...
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Tula

(Mexico) Ancient city of the Toltec civilization in central Mexico, 65 km/40 mi northwest of Mexico City, which flourished from about 750 to 1168. At its height, it is thought to have housed a population of around 40,000. The modern town of Tula de Allende is nearby. The centre of the ruin...
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Tula

[Mesoamerican site] Tula is a Mesoamerican archeological site, which was an important regional center which reached its height between the fall of Teotihuacan and the rise of Tenochtitlan. It has not been well studied in comparison to these other two sites, and disputes remain as to its political system, area of influence and its relations ...
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Tula

ancient capital of the Toltecs in Mexico, it was primarily important from approximately 850 to 1150. Although its exact location is not certain, an ... [4 related articles]
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Tula

Ancient city of the Toltec civilization in central Mexico, 65 km/40 mi northwest of Mexico City, which flourished from about 750 to 1168. At its height, it is thought to have housed a population of...
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Tula

city and administrative centre of Tula oblast (region), western Russia. It lies along the Upa River, which is a tributary of the Oka River. First ...
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Tula

oblast (region), western Russia, in the Central Russian Upland. The oblast`s rolling hills, which are much dissected by river valleys and erosion ...
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Tula

Tula (tOO'lä) , ancient city in the present state of Hidalgo, central Mexico. It was one of the chief urban centers of the Toltec. The city is believed to be Tollán, the legendary Toltec capital mentioned in a number of postconquest sources, including Bernardino de Sahagún's His...
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Tula

Tula (tOO'lu) , city (1991 pop. 545,000), capital of Tula region, N central European Russia, on the Upa River, a tributary of the Oka. It is an important rail and highway hub and a manufacturing city of the Moscow industrial region. Russia's oldest metallurgical center, it also produces heavy an...
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Tula

Tula is a Spanish name for girls. The meaning is `leaping water, flourishing` The name Tula is most commonly given to English and Welsh girls. (3 times more often than to American girls.) Tula is given to boys and girls in the Netherlands What do they use in other countries? Tali The name sounds like: Tola, Tulya, Tulla, Tyla Similar names are: Eul...
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