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    The architect Pedro Ramírez Vazquez work is world/widely recognized and profiles him as an exceptional Mexican, for the higher quality of his work and his commitment to excellence, not only as an eminent architect and an innovative urban planner, but as a creator of spaces. In this image: Museo Nacional de Antropologia in Mexico City designed by Pedro Ramírez Vazquez. Photo: Hector Montano/INAH.

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