San Lorenzo Tenochtitlán

San Lorenzo Tenochtitlán or San Lorenzo is the collective name for three related archaeological sites—San Lorenzo, Tenochtitlán and Potrero Nuevo—located in the southeast portion of the Mexican state of .
Latitude
17.7557° or 17° 45' 20.4" north
Longitude
-94.7598° or 94° 45' 35.4" west
Open Location Code
7697Q64R+73
Population
1,040
Elevation
22 metres (72 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 473373214
Geo­Names ID
3825232
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Also Known As

  • Catalan: Zona Arqueológica de San Lorenzo
  • Cebuano: San Lorenzo Tenochtitlán
  • Chinese: 聖羅倫索
  • Dutch: San Lorenzo (Veracruz)
  • Dutch: San Lorenzo
  • Egyptian Arabic: سان لورينزو تينوشتيتلان
  • English: San Lorenzo Tenochtitlan
  • Finnish: San Lorenzo Tenochtitlán
  • French: San Lorenzo
  • German: San Lorenzo Tenochtitlan
  • Hebrew: סן לורנסו טנוצ'טיטלאן
  • Hungarian: San Lorenzo
  • Indonesian: San Lorenzo Tenochtitlán
  • Italian: San Lorenzo Tenochtitlán
  • Japanese: サンロレンゾ
  • Japanese: サン・ロレンソ
  • Japanese: サン・ロレンソ・テノチティトラン
  • Japanese: サン=ロレンソ
  • Norwegian: San Lorenzo Tenochtitlán
  • Norwegian Bokmål: San Lorenzo Tenochtitlán
  • Polish: San Lorenzo Tenochtitlán
  • Portuguese: San Lorenzo Tenochtitlán
  • Spanish: San Lorenzo
  • Spanish: San Lorenzo Tenochtitlán
  • Spanish: Zona Arqueologica de San Lorenzo
  • Spanish: Zona Arqueológica de San Lorenzo
  • Swedish: San Lorenzo Tenochtitlán

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