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Nahuatl, the Language of the Aztecs 

Nahuatl was the primary language spoken by the Aztecs, an ancient civilization in Mesoamerica. This fascinating language also served as a lingua franca, facilitating communication and trade among diverse cultures in the region before the arrival of Europeans. Even today, Nahuatl continues to be spoken by indigenous communities in Mexico, showcasing its resilience and enduring cultural significance. The survival of Nahuatl through the centuries is a testament to the strong connection between language and heritage, preserving the rich legacy of the Aztec civilization in the hearts and voices of modern-day descendants.


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