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Puerto de Veracruz, Históricamente esta ciudad y puerto destaca por haber sido fundada por Hernán Cortés, encontrándose en la región por la que los españoles desembarcaron para emprender la conquista de Tenochtitlan. Además ha recibido el nombramiento de Cuatro veces heroica por decreto presidencial, a raíz de haber enfrentado cuatro distintas invasiones extranjeras.

Old Cuban glory #travel #Cuba ...which directly influences Veracruz (port city) in the state of Veracruz in Mexico. Looks magical. @TechGuerrero (Pinterest, Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, Vimeo followers sincerely appreciated)

El Tajín is a pre-Columbian archeological site and one of the largest and most important cities of the Classic era of Mesoamerica. The site is located in the highlands of the municipality of Papantla in modern day Veracruz, not far from the city of Poza Rica, which lies northwest of the port and city of Veracruz.

5596 Veracruz Ter, Port Charlotte, FL 33981 10,001 sqft $7,000 Beautiful lot for sale in Port Charlotte, Florida! Invest or build your dream home in this nice, quiet, residential part of town! This lot is close to downtown Punta Gorda, The Harbor, World Famous Rotonda, beautiful beaches and the Gulf of Mexico. Close to golf courses, parks and schools, this lot offers something for everyone! #LandForSale #FloridaLand #LandLots #Investments #InvestmentRealEstate #ROI #9Core

The port of Tuxpan in Veracruz is surrounded by the Tuxpan river, which has an approximate length of 11 km into the Gulf of Mexico. This river can be traveled in tourist boats where great views and sunsets can be enjoyed as the sun sinks in the horizon. The beaches are also another attraction of the port, as well as the mangroves where an ample diversity of flora and fauna is located. Tuxpan Port Terminal. #thebestportterminalinmexico


Amnesty Int'l says Mexican women victims of sexual torture

Amnesty Int'l says Mexican women victims of sexual torture - MEXICO CITY (AP) — Claudia Medina Tamariz was asleep in her home in the Gulf coast port of Veracruz with her husband when Mexican marines burst in and arrested them both in August 2012.

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