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Los Reyes Acaquilpan
Los Reyes Acaquilpan is a city and governing head of the municipality of La Paz in Mexico State, Mexico. It is located on the dividing line between Mexico State and the eastern edge of the Federal District. It can therefore be considered part of the Greater Mexico City area. The area was part of a region called "Atlicpac" which in Nahuatl means 'above or at the edge of water.' The current city's/municipality's glyph symbolizes water.
The municipality consists almost entirely of its municipal seat, Los Reyes Acaquilpan, also known as Los Reyes La Paz, which had a population of 232,211. Line A of the Mexico City Metro terminates in Los Reyes at the station called Metro La Paz.