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The Aztec culture.
As you travel through Mexico you run straight into the Valley of Mexico. The valley of Mexico is where the Aztec Empire was mainly located from the early 1600's. In the Valley of Mexico there was no natural outlets and its changing rain fall patterns had sever altercations to lake Texcoco. These problems were the cause of the volcanic Cordillera and its intense volcanism and frequent earthquakes due to these altercations the Aztec Empire was forced into using the chinampas or "Floating Gardens" to produce food. The chinampa system was the main way for the Aztec culture to produce food as w…
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