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1968
   Summer Olympic Games were held in   
Mexico City
Federal District
   has the capital   
Mexico City
Population (2005) 8,670,000 Area 1.484 km²
Noticias Mexicanas
   news agency is based in   
Mexico City
NOTIMEX - Founded 1968.
Mexico
   is the site of   
Historic Centre of Mexico City and Xochimilco
Jack Kerouac
   wrote   
Mexico City Blues
In 242 choruses
Mexico City
   is at   
19°41'N 99°13'W
Mexico
Esses Molses Solana
   is found at   
Mexico City
Ese Del Lago
   is found at   
Mexico City
Peraltada
   is found at   
Mexico City
Mexico City Bar
   was created by   
Albert Camus
Bar in Amsterdam, from "The Fall", English translation, 1957
Mexico
   has the capital   
Mexico City
In 1821, Agustín de Iturbide, a Mexican general who switched sides to fight for independence, proclaimed himself emperor –-officially only as a temporary measure. His government lasted only 18 months; a revolt in 1823, led by Antonio López de Santa Anna, established the United Mexican States.
Palacio De Bellas Artes
   is in   
Mexico City
Home to Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional, Compañia Nacional de Danza
Diego Rivera Studio and Museum
   is situated in   
Mexico City, Mexico
Rivera’s work and murals
Leon Trotsky
   is buried in   
Leon Trotsky Museum Grounds, Mexico City, Mexico
Assassinated, 1940
Dolores Olmedo Museum
   is situated in   
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican art and pre-Hispanic pieces
Mexico City, Mexico
   has the patron saint   
Philip of Jesus
D. 1597, Nagasaki, Japan
Francisco Vazquez De Coronado
   is buried in   
Santo Domingo Church, Mexico City, Mexico
Explorer; d. 1554
Benito Juarez
   International Airport is in   
Mexico City, Mexico
Busiest airport in Latin America
Hernando Cortes
   is buried in   
Church of Jesus of Nazareth, Mexico City, Mexico
Spanish conquistador, claimed Mexico for Spain; d. 1547
Mexico City, Mexico
   is at   
19°20'N 99°10'W
Mexico City, Mexico
   has this flag:   

La Casa Azul, Frida Kahlo Museum
   is situated in   
Mexico City, Mexico
Frida’s paintings at The Blue House
Octavio Paz
   was born in   
Mexico City, Mexico
1940; poet, Nobel Prize in Literature, 1990
Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez
   is in   
Mexico City, Mexico
2.518-mile road course






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