The big call of Moctezuma. The Fall of Aztec Empire

How the Emperor Moctezuma faced the clash between Aztecs and Spaniards.

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World Beauties

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HistoryImmersive Experience360 Reconstructionscultural heritageVirtual TourArchaeologyAztec EmpireMoctezumaMexico

SUMMARY - The seven bad omens for the Aztecs: a prediction of coming war - The arrival of Hernan Cortés to the coast and the advance of his army towards Tenochtitlan - The vital decisions that Moctezuma had to make to confront Cortés - Alliances and strategies of the Aztec vs Spanish war - The fall of the Aztec empire and the brilliant moments of the defense of Tenochtitlan - Live Q&A - Contents suitable for children DESCRIPTION Moctezuma, the great Aztec emperor. Everything was normal in his domains from the great Tenochtitlan, current Mexico City. The Aztecs did not have a rival that threatened them in all of Mesoamerica. Or at least everything was like that until 1519 (year “1 Cane” for the Aztecs), when Moctezuma and some priests received a series of 7 bad omens about a great event that would forever change the society they knew. In April of that year, while in his palace, a messenger brought him news of very big “houses that floated” in the waters of the eastern ocean. They were the Spaniards coming from the other side of the world, led by Hernán Cortés. Moctezuma knew that his omens had come true. It was time for Moctezuma's big call. Did he act in fear or in anger against them? Moctezuma followed a war strategy or did he have to naively improvise? What would anyone have done receiving visitors from a totally different world? Come to know the rest of the story on this virtual tour. SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS and REQUIREMENTS - PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone - Stable internet connection - This experience will use Zoom PLEASE NOTE: since is a Free Event with high demand, if you don’t connect on first 10 mins from tour start, we reserve the rights to assign your reserved seat to someone else Read Carefully Our TOS here: https://worldvirtualtours.online/terms.html