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Museo Nacional de Antropología
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Museo Nacional de Antropología
The gargantuan Museo Nacional de Antropología is considered to be one of the world's most comprehensive natural history museums. This huge and famous institution is located in Mexico City and houses 4 kilometers of exhibits across 23 exhibition halls.
Teotihuacán
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Teotihuacán
The ancient Mesoamerican city of Teotihuacán is one of the largest and best-preserved in the world, famous for its giant Aztec temples, spectacular murals, and intricate residential complexes.
Museo Frida Kahlo
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Museo Frida Kahlo
Museo Frida Kahlo, or The Frida Kahlo Museum, is also known as La Casa Azul (The Blue House) thanks to its cobalt-blue walls. This historic house and art museum is dedicated to the life and work of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. It is located in the Colonia del Carmen neighborhood of Coyoacán in Mexico City, Mexico.
Six Flags Mexico
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Six Flags Mexico
Ever wondered what it feels like to fly like Superman, or how it would feel to save Metropolis with the Justice League? You can find out at Six Flags Mexico City. There are eight themed areas inside the park, including zones dedicated to the Looney Tunes, DC heroes, and a number of countries around the world. Make sure you take a spin on the Medusa Steel Coaster, a fan favorite that corkscrews and twists around the track at high speeds. If you're looking for even more thrills, get ready to reach speeds up to 120 km/h on Superman: The Last Escape. While you're roaming the park, play some carnival games, grab a slushie and a churro, and keep an eye out for Bugs Bunny!
Torre Latinoamericana
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Torre Latinoamericana
The Torre Latinoamericana is a skyscraper located in downtown Mexico City, inside its old historic city center. This striking edifice has a height of 183 meters and consists of 44 floors. It was the tallest building in Latin America upon its completion in 1956. The indomitable building has also famously withstood many earthquakes, most significantly those of 1985 and 2017. On a clear day, visitors can enjoy the panoramic views afforded from the tower's 44th-floor observation deck and the 41st-floor lounge bar. There's also the fascinating Bicentennial Museum on the 36th floor where you can delve into the first hundred years of independent Mexico through exhibits of original photos and artifacts.

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