Mexico City

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the capital and largest city of Mexico is a political and cultural and commercial and industrial center

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Caption: Top: Edgar Artaud Jarry, in his dormitory at Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico City, 1976.
The Mexico City service will operate on a Hong Kong-Anchorage-Los Angeles-Mexico City-Guadalaj araAnchorage-Hong Kong routing, using Cathay Pacific's Boeing 747-8F.
Mexico City's Tourism Promotion Fund announced on Thursday the launch of the StyleMap Mexico City application, now available to download free of charge at the iTunes store.
In Johnston's travel book Mexico City is explored through historical artistic and cultural lenses.
The bones of approximately 750 unknown American veterans who died during the Mexican War and 813 others are interred at the Mexico City National Cemetery at Colonia San Rafael, Mexico City.
One story about a kidnapping in Mexico City moved me in particular.
The ritual function of festivals became less politically integrative in the eighteenth century, and Curcio-Nagy provocatively suggests that in Mexico City, conflicts over the rituals of rule had already targeted the King as the father of Bourbon tyranny rather than a messianic monarch who will save his abused people.
Mexico City has a serious sinking problem because of excessive groundwater withdrawal.
The plans for Mexico City focus on the conversion of a warehouse into two big bingo entertainment complexes.
History extracts its costs with the passage of time," says Jesus Velasco Marquez, a professor at the Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico in Mexico City.
EMBARQ chose Mexico City as its first project in part because the city had "an empowered decision maker who wants our help," says center codirector Nancy Kete.
In the May issue of that journal, Andrew Churg of the University of British Columbia in Vancouver and his colleagues report similar findings in the autopsied lungs of 11 nonsmoking women from Mexico City, but not in an equal number from Vancouver.
In Conferencia Regional Latinoamericana y del Caribe sobre Poblacion y Desarrollo, Mexico City.
While Gonzalez de Leon scattered landmarks over the formless, ritualized magma of Mexico City, expanding under the pressure of economic liberalism, demographic explosion and corruption, Ricardo Legorreta received the Gold Medal of the AIA in recognition of his career achievements, and TEN Arquitectos (Enrique Norten and Bernardo Gomez-Pimienta) were awarded the first Mies van der Rohe Prize for Latin America.