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Empire of Mexico
Imperio de México
Timeline: Alternity

OTL equivalent: Mexico (minus Baja California, Baja California Sur, Chiapas, and portions of Sonora and Tabasco)
Flag of Mexico (1821-1823) 85px-Coat of arms of Mexico (1821-1823) svg
Flag of Mexico Coat of Arms

Religión, Independencia, Unión. (Spanish)
("Religion, Independence, Union")

Anthem "Himno Nacional Mexicano"
Capital Mexico City
Largest city Mexico City
Other cities Guadalajara, Veracruz, Monterrey, Acapulco, Cancun
  others English
Religion Roman Catholic
Demonym Mexican
Government Federal constitutional monarchy
  legislature Congress
Emperor Manuel I
  Royal house: Iturbide
Prime Minister Francisco Labastida
Population 112,504,000 (8th largest) 
Independence from Spain
  declared September 16, 1810
  recognized September 27, 1821
Currency Mexican peso
Time Zone UTC-6 to UTC-8
Internet TLD .mx
Organizations League of Nations
G11 (observer)

Mexico, officially the Empire of Mexico, or the Mexican Empire (Spanish: Imperio de México, Imperio Mexicano), is a federal constitutional monarchy located in North America. Mexico is bordered to the north by the United States, to the east-southeast by Central America, and to the south by the West Indies Federation. It also shares maritime borders with the US state of South California to the west, across the Gulf of California. A population of 112.5 million ranks Mexico as the 8th-largest nation in the world.

Mexico is a member of the G-30 emerging economies, NATO, NAFTA, and League of Nations. It is classified as a regional power, and an emerging global power, both economically and militarily. The tourism industry is one of Mexico's largest, and the largest in all of Latin America. Cancun and Acapulco's famous beaches draw in millions of tourists annually, while historical sites in and around Mexico City bring millions more.


Arrival of Cortes and New Spain (1519-1810)

War for Independence (1810-1821)

Establishment and Reign of Agustín I (1822-1854)

Mexican-American War (1846-1848)

Main Article: Mexican-American War (1846-1848)

Territorial Losses (1848)

Inner Conflict & Reform (1876-1891)

World War I (1915-1919)

World War II (1938-1945)

Modernization & Post-War era (1946-1976)

Modern Times (1976-present)






International relations


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