Parque Lincoln, or Lincoln Park, is a city park in Mexico City, México.
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Mexico City (Spanish: Ciudad de México audio American Spanish: [sjuˈða(ð) ðe ˈméjiko]), officially known as México, D. F. audio , or simply D. F.) is the federal district (distrito federal), capital of Mexico and seat of the federal powers of the union. It is a federal entity within Mexico which is not part of any one of the 31 Mexican states but belongs to the federation as a whole.
Latitude: 19° 25' 42.49" N
Longitude: -99° 07' 39.58" W
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The Museo de la Estampa (Museum of Graphic Arts) is a museum in Mexico City, dedicated to the history, preservation and promotion of Mexican graphic arts. The word “estampa” means “engraving” or “printing” refers to works which have the quality of b…
The Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education, State of Mexico Campus (in Spanish: Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Campus Estado de México) commonly shortened as Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Estado de Mé…
Metro Salto del Agua is a metro (subway) station on the Mexico City Metro.
Metro La Raza (in English, "Metro The Race") is a station on the Mexico City Metro. It is a combined subway and surface station, located in the Colonia Vallejo and Colonia Héroes de Nacozari neighbourhoods of the Gustavo A.
The house of the Counts of la Torre Cosío y la Cortina, located on 94 Republica de Uruguay Street in the historic center of Mexico City was built in 1781 and the scene for one of Mexico City’s legends.
Hipódromo de las Américas is a thoroughbred and quarter-horse race track in Mexico City, Mexico that had its inaugural meeting on March 6, 1943. It is located approximately four and one-half miles from the Downtown district, on Lomas de Sotelo, Mexi…
The Gimnasio Olímpico Juan de la Barrera is an indoor arena located in Mexico City, Mexico.
The General Hospital of Mexico (Hospital General de México, HGM) is a hospital in Mexico City, operated by the Secretariat of Health, the federal government department in charge of all social health services in Mexico.
The Garden of the Triple Alliance is a small garden and monument composed of three bronze castings representing the three tlatoani of the Aztec Triple Alliance, and made by the artist Jesús Fructuoso Contreras between 1888 and 1889. It is located on…
Coatlinchan is a town in the Mexican state of Mexico.
The Church of San Bernardo (Spanish: Iglesia de San Bernardo) stands at the corner of Avenida 20 de Noviembre and Venustiano Carranza Street just south of the Zocalo or main plaza of Mexico City.
Chicoloapan de Juárez is the municipal seat and largest city in the municipality of Chicoloapan in State of Mexico, Mexico.
The Centro Cultural de España (Cultural Center of Spain in Mexico) is located at 18 Guatemala Street in the historic center of Mexico City. In the late 1990s, this old mansion just behind the Cathedral was in ruins when the Mexico City government ce…
Torre del Caballito is a skyscraper located on the Paseo de la Reforma #10 at the Cuauhtemoc delegation in Mexico City. It was designed by Grupo Posadas de Mexico. It is 135 metres (443 feet) and 35 storeys tall. 33 of the floors are used as office …
Regina Coeli is a Roman Catholic parish church and former convent built in the historic center of Mexico City, on the corner of Regina and Bolivar Streets.
The Paleontological Museum in Tocuila (Museo Paleontológico en Tocuila) displays part of one of the richest deposits of Late Pleistocene fauna in America.
The Palacio de la Autonomía (Autonomy Palace) is a museum and site where the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México gained autonomy from direct government control in 1929. The building is from the late 19th century, and located on the corner of Lic…