Tlaquiltenango

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Tlaquiltenango is a city in the Mexican state of Morelos. It is south of Mexico city and it stands at 18°37′44″N 90°09′37″W / 18.62889°N 90.16028°W / 18.62889; -90.16028.

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The city serves as the municipal seat for the surrounding municipality, with which it shares a name. The municipality reported 30 017 inhabitants in the year 2000 census.

The toponym Tlaquiltenango comes from a Nahuatl name and means "place of whitewashed walls". Tlaquiltenango is a beautiful city, one of the number one attractions in Tlaquiltenango is a water park called "El Rollo".

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