Toluca

city, capital of México estado (state), central Mexico. It is located about 30 miles (50 km) west-southwest of Mexico City, at the base of Nevado de ... [1 related articles]
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Toluca

==Name== When Toluca was founded by the Matlatzincas, its original name was Nepintahihui (land of corn, tierra del maíz). The current name is based on the Náhuatl name for the area when it was renamed by the Aztecs in 1473. The name has its origin in the word tollocan that comes from the name of the god, Tolo, plus the locative suffix, can, to d...
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Toluca

Toluca (tōlOO'kä) , city (1990 pop. 327,865), capital of Mexico state, central Mexico. Located on the central plateau, Toluca (alt. c.8,760 ft/2,670 m) has a year-round cool climate. It was established as a settlement in 1530 by Hernán Cortés, who had received the Valle ...
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Toluca

[meteorite] Toluca is an iron meteorite found in 1776 in Mexico near Toluca. ==History== It probably fell more than 10000 years ago. For centuries, Mexican people living near the meteorites, used them as a source of metal for various tools. It was discovered by conquistadores in 1776. The total known mass is about 3 tonnes. ==Composition an...
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