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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of south-central Mexico north of Mexico City. It is a communications and industrial center. Population: 674,000.

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  • Tlalnepantla is located about 5 miles (10 km) northwest of Mexico City (See Map), in the State of Mexico, along the Tlanepantla River.

    Tlalnepantla - the land in-between

  • Wesco has just established a 33,000 square-foot facility in Tlalnepantla, just north of Mexico City, and it has devoted 6,000 square feet of space for offices and a training facility.

    Supply Chain Reaction

  • Meanwhile, Grupo Empresarial Ángeles has opened its first Camino Real Ejecutivo hotel, designed for top business executives, in Tlalnepantla, in the northern part of Mexico City.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report March 2003

  • Her last known address was in Tlalnepantla, Mexico.

    Searching For "Alma Gloria Nateras Ruiz"

  • Once Europeans conquered the Valley of Mexico (1524), Franciscans visited Tenayuca and Teocalhueyacan and established an evangelical center between them, calling it "Tlalnepantla," which means "Land-in-Between."

    Tlalnepantla - the land in-between

  • Search engines will not always distinguish between the Tlalnepantla in Morelos and that in the State of Mexico because pages featuring the two cities are not always clear.

    Tlalnepantla - the land in-between

  • The mixing of the two tribes with the Franciscans resulted in the foundation of Tlalnepantla.

    Tlalnepantla - the land in-between

  • During the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, Tlalnepantla rose to become an important political and economic center, hosting one of the continent's largest populations in one of Mexico's most influential municipalities and states.

    Tlalnepantla - the land in-between

  • Below the gray stones of Chiquihuite Hill, smelting, metalworking, machine-building, and chemical manufacturing eventually converted Tlalnepantla into one of the nation's largest and fastest growing industrial centers.

    Tlalnepantla - the land in-between

  • In addition to these prehistoric ruins, historic buildings, including convents, ruins of haciendas, and the sixteenth century Franciscan Corpus Christi Cathedral dot the Tlalnepantla cityscape.

    Tlalnepantla - the land in-between

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