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interior of the Palacio de Correos (Main Post Office), Mexico City, built between 1902-1907 - designed by Italian architect Adamo Boari | Poco a poco - Wikimedia Commons

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Mural en el edificio de la Biblioteca Central de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. (UNAM). Ciudad Universitaria, Ciudad de México.

Biblioteca Central UNAM

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Xochimilco lies 28 km south of Mexico City. With its network of canals and artificial islands, it testifies to the efforts of the Aztec people to build a habitat in the midst of an unfavourable environment. Its characteristic urban and rural structures, built since the 16th century and during the colonial period; have been preserved in an exceptional manner.

Xochimilco del en de Trajineras

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Statue of Charles IV in Mexico City - Places to go in Mexico on the blog!

10 Places to Visit in Mexico: Travel Pinspiration

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Mexico City. This is the Palacio de Bellas Artes (the Palace of Fine Arts). I saw the Ballet Folklorico de Mexico there.

Hecho in Mexico City

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Five Monuments to see in Mexico City

5 Monuments to See in Mexico City #MexicoCity

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Coyoacan, this beautiful neighborhood has sone of the best food and entertainment, love going there as a child and now with my wife and two kids. never gets old. Mexico City (D.F.)

The 'New' Mexico City

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Mexico City, Mexico

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Mexico City, Mexico

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Central Library of the National Autonomous University of Mexico. The outside of the library building is covered with various murals, which were painted by Juan O'Gorman. It currently holds around 400,000 books.

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Mexico City, Mexico

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Mexico City, Mexico

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