Morelia

==History== Human settlements in the Guayangareo Valley in which Morelia is located have been dated back as far as the 7th century. Artifacts found here have shown Teotihuacán culture influence on early cultures in this area. In the 12th century, the Tarascos or the P`urhépecha arrived in the valley. They dominated it politically for the rest o....
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Morelia

[snake] Morelia is a genus of large snakes in the Pythonidae family. They are found in Indonesia, New Guinea, and throughout Australia. Currently, 8 species are recognized. In general, these snakes are arboreal to semi-arboreal, spending much of their life in the forest canopy. Although there are exceptions, most attain adult lengths of 2...
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Morelia

[telenovela] Morelia is Mexican telenovela which starred Alpha Acosta, Arturo Peniche and Cecilia Bolocco. It was the first Mexican soap opera filmed in the city of Miami, it was produced and broadcast on Televisa in 1995–1996, Univision in 1996 and 2000–2001, Galavisión in 1998, and TeleFutura in 2003–2004. It is a remake of La Zuli...
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Morelia

city, capital of Michoacán estado (state), west-central Mexico. It lies between the Chiquito and Grande rivers, at the southern extreme of the ... [1 related articles]
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Morelia

Morelia (mōrā'lyä) , city (1990 pop. 489,756), capital of Michoacán state, W Mexico. It is the commercial and processing center of an irrigated agricultural and cattle-raising area. Founded as Valladolid in 1541 by Antonio de Mendoza, Morelia is built on a rocky hill and ...
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