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The delicate political balance that existed among the indigenous groups for centuries was forever altered as Cortés and a combined army of Spanish soldiers and Indian warriors slowly made their way to Tenochtitlán, the island capital of the formidable Aztec Empire nestled deep within the heart of the continent.
Within two years, Cortés, with an army of 2,500 Spaniards, assisted by tens of thousands of Indian allies, captured the imperial capital.
Boasting a total area of 756,063 square miles, a large part of Mexico sits on an immense, elevated plateau, flanked by mountain ranges that fall off sharply to the narrow coastal plains of the west and east.
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