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Land of an unparallel natural beauty, the region of Anáhuac hypnotized with its splendor each indivi ...
Where to Stay in Ciudad de México
EMBASSY SUITES CIUDAD DE MEXICO
New hotel located right on Paseo de la Reforma in Mexic ...
Where to Eat in Ciudad de México
HOSTERÍA DE SANTO DOMINGO
It is called “the city’s first restaurant” since 1812, it offers deliciou ...
Where to Go / What to Do in Ciudad de México
Mexico City, the political, historical and cultural capital of the country, was founded in 1325 by t ...
Nightlife in Ciudad de México
In a grand metropolis like Mexico City, the options for entertainment are never-ending; here are som ...
Schools in Ciudad de México
UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL AUTÓNOMA DE MÉXICO
Maximum house of studies of Mexico City, outstanding in pol ...
Hospitals in Ciudad de México
MEXICAN RED CROSS
Luis Vives #200 Col. Polanco Phone (55) 57 65 43
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