Urbe Puebla

Cathedral in Puebla City, Mexico

Cathedral in Puebla City, Mexico

Puebla City is located southeast of Mexico City in the state of Puebla, Mexico. It is the fourth largest city in Mexico and is an industrial hub and a World Heritage Site because of its history and architectural styles. Maxime notabilis attractiones sunt Zocalo, repletus multis platea lignum sculpturae, circumdederunt per urbem Hall, Casa de los Muñecos et Catherdral. Nearby est Deus artium et pario in foro. In hac civitate notissima nomine talpa, Mole poblano. Omni anno quinto Maii celebratur Puebla Francorum in proelio 1862. Hoc est etiam festum celebravit in U.S. sed non multa ceteris serventur Mexicum.

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Sed perditus in Teotihuacan

Teotihuacan Ruins, Mexico

Sed perditus in Teotihuacan, Mexico

Teotihuacan Ruins are located 30 miles northeast of Mexico City, in what is now the San Juan Teotihuacan municipality in the state of Mexico. The site is known for having the most architecturally significant pyramids built in Pre-Columbian Americas. Also of interest are the anthropologically significant residential compounds, the Avenue of the Dead and beautifully preserved murals. The nameTeotihuacanis an Aztec phrase meaningplace where gods were born.

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Mexicopolis

Downtown Mexico City

Downtown Mexicopolis

Mexico City is located in the Valley of Mexico at the center of Mexico. It is the capital and most important city in Mexico. It serves as the seat of all federal powers. Not only is it the largest city in Mexico but with the definition of Greater Mexicopolis its population is over 21 million making it the largest metropolitan area in the western hemisphere. In the southern borough of Xochimilco are the floating gardens part of the UNESCO Mundus Heritage Site. Other famous landmarks include the Plaza de la Constitucion with the Metropolitan Catherdral, National Palace and the ancient Aztec temple ruins Templo Mayor. With 160 museums, over 100 art galleries, 30 concert halls and many theatres, Mexico City has the world’s greatest concentration of cultural centers.

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