In Mexico, the Aztec empire was built on the foundations of the Maya civilization, a pre-Columbian civilization that dominated the western and central portions of the continent.
Its architecture was highly influenced by the architecture of Central and South America and was based on a complex of terraces, canyons, and hills that were built by farmers to farm their fields.
Today, however, the Maya are largely extinct and only fragments of their culture survive in the archaeological record, making it difficult to determine the true extent of their influence on Aztec architecture.
Aztec architects were also known for creating a wide range of buildings that were meant to resemble the shapes of the real world, from palaces to churches.
But there is another, much more ancient civilization that had a strong influence on the architecture and architectural style of Mexico.
In fact, the only architectural styles that we know of that can be attributed to Aztec culture are the one that are found in the area today.
That civilization is the Maya.
Today’s architecture, the modern Mexican landscape, is influenced by what is sometimes referred to as the Aztecs’ Mesoamerican style.
While we do not know how the Aztesque architects shaped this style, we do know that they built many of their buildings with the help of stone, which they used for their architectural designs.
They also used stone to create a complex landscape of rivers, cacti, and grasslands, and to construct a number of monumental structures.
The most prominent of these was the Pyramid of Guadalupe, located in the northern portion of the state of Guerrero.
The Pyramid was built by a group of people called the Huichol, and was constructed between 1038 and 1051 BCE.
According to one Aztec scholar, the Pyramid was constructed with the assistance of two great engineers, Huitzilopochtli and Tezcatlipoca.
The Aztec constructed the Pyramid as a monument to their own gods and goddesses.
The building, however is believed to have been dedicated to the Huitzils, and the people of the region, who lived in a series of settlements on the site.
While the pyramid itself is not believed to be a true monument to the gods, it is the most recognizable structure on the landscape.
This pyramid, known as the San Andrés, was built to honor the god of the sun, who is said to have created the universe.
The area surrounding the Pyramid is known as Mexico City and has become a tourist destination since the 1980s.
In addition to its significance in the history of Mexico, this pyramid is also important for its connection to Aztezca, the indigenous culture that originally populated this area.
In the area around the Pyramid, there is a site known as La Guadalupana, named after the great stone statue of Huitzli, which is believed by many to have inspired the design of the Pyramid.
While it is often claimed that the Aztekcs built the Pyramid in the hope of obtaining immortality, this theory is not borne out by archaeological evidence.
Archaeologists have shown that the structure is not a tomb, and is not even the burial place of a person.
Instead, it sits at the site of an abandoned mine.
This is likely due to the fact that the site is too small to support the remains of any living beings, and therefore it has not been excavated.
Instead it is thought that the Pyramid may have been used for ceremonial purposes, or perhaps even as a religious structure, where the deceased were worshiped.
In some parts of the area, the pyramid has also been described as a site of burial, and in other areas, as a place of worship for the gods.
The presence of the Huizilopoche and Tezinatl, two of the principal figures of the Aztelite culture, was also a significant part of the architecture.
While many scholars think the Pyramids may have housed other artifacts, the most significant of these is the Pyramid itself.
According an ancient Maya legend, Huizillopochte, who was the god known as “the Father of the World,” built the pyramid in order to protect his son, Tezinelco.
He is believed that Tezinilco was not able to build a proper temple to the god, and thus, the temple was destroyed.
However, the remains are said to be preserved in the pyramid’s interior, and are considered to be of special importance to the Aztlán culture.
This structure, the Tezinillo Pyramid, is a series to the structure in the Pyramid which has been constructed in an area called the Tepula.
According the archeological evidence, the Tampula is the largest, and probably the oldest, structure in Mexico.
It is located approximately 1,600 feet from the base of the pyramid and was built over an area of approximately 50 acres.
The Tampulans were believed to live in a vast desert region, where they had the