Tenochtitlan is the capital of the Aztec civilization, it was located where modern day Mexico City rests. The city appears in Age of Empires II: The Conquerors, and in Age of Empires III: The WarChiefs.
Age of Empires II Edit
The Montezuma campaign in is focused around this city and its invaders, the Spanish. In the second-last scenario (The Boiling Lake) you fight to regain control of the city, and in the last scenario (Broken Spears), you control Tenochtitlan, using its resources and buildings to gain an economic advantage, while at the same time you are:
1. Repelling attacks from your Tlaxcalan enemies, as well as from the Spanish army and their navy, and
2. Attacking and hopefully destroying your enemies.
Age of Empires III Edit
Tenochtitlan appears as a Home City to the Aztecs, a full faction that succeeds the Aztec minor natives. When an Aztec player chooses a Home City Card that provides units, these units can be seen marching through the city's streets, before reaching the battlefield.
The city is featured as it was before the Aztec Empire's conquest by the Spanish, with canals (on whose waters lie some boats, including a Tlaloc Canoe), murals, and the (now ruined) structures intact and painted on bright colors.