|Elevation||4,151 m (13,619 ft)|
|Location||Mexico State and Tlaxcala, Mexico|
|Volcanic arc/belt||Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt|
Mount Tlaloc (Spanish: Cerro Tláloc or El Mirador, Nahuatl: Tlalocatepetl) is a mountain in central Mexico, located east of Mexico City. Its height is 13,615 ft. (4,151 metres). It was a sacred mountain of the Aztecs who worshipped the raingod Tlaloc here. On the summit there are remains of an Aztec shrine where ceremonies, among them human sacrifices, were carried out.
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