Mexico City

2017-07-28T17:13:24+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Mexico, Tlatelolco massacre, Paseo de la Reforma, Xochimilco Light Rail, Estadio Azteca, Maronite Catholic Eparchy of Our Lady of the Martyrs of Lebanon in Mexico, Angel of Independence, Los Pinos, Chapultepec, National Museum of Anthropology (Mexico), Iztapalapa, Mexico City (former administrative division), Pelado, Central Department (Mexico), Jaime Perales Contreras, Zócalo, Ritmo Peligroso flashcards Mexico City
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  • Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Mexico
    The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Mexico (Latin: Archidioecesis Mexicanus) (erected September 2, 1530, as the Diocese of Mexico) is a metropolitan diocese, responsible for the suffragan Dioceses of Atlacomulco, Cuernavaca, Tenancingo and Toluca.
  • Tlatelolco massacre
    The Tlatelolco massacre was the killing of an estimated 30 to 300 students and civilians by military and police on October 2, 1968, in the Plaza de las Tres Culturas in the Tlatelolco section of Mexico City.
  • Paseo de la Reforma
    Paseo de la Reforma is a wide avenue that runs diagonally across the heart of Mexico City.
  • Xochimilco Light Rail
    The Xochimilco Light Rail (locally known as el Tren Ligero) is a light rail line that serves the southern part of Mexico City.
  • Estadio Azteca
    The Estadio Azteca (Spanish pronunciation: [esˈtaðjo asˈteka]) is a football stadium located in the suburb of Santa Úrsula in Mexico City, Mexico.
  • Maronite Catholic Eparchy of Our Lady of the Martyrs of Lebanon in Mexico
    Maronite Catholic Eparchy of Our Lady of the Martyrs of Lebanon in Mexico City (in Latin: Eparchy Dominae Nostrae Martyrum Libanensium in Civitate Mexicana Maronitarum) is an eparchy of the Maronite Church immediately subject to the Holy See in Mexico.
  • Angel of Independence
    The Angel of Independence, most commonly known by the shortened name El Ángel and officially known as Monumento a la Independencia ("Monument to Independence"), is a victory column on a roundabout on the major thoroughfare of Paseo de la Reforma in downtown Mexico City.
  • Los Pinos
    Los Pinos (from Spanish, The Pines) is the official residence and office of the President of Mexico.
  • Chapultepec
    Chapultepec, more commonly called the "Bosque de Chapultepec" (Chapultepec Forest) in Mexico City, is the largest city park in the Western Hemisphere, measuring in total just over 686 hectares (1,695 acres).
  • National Museum of Anthropology (Mexico)
    The National Museum of Anthropology (Spanish: Museo Nacional de Antropología, MNA) is a national museum of Mexico.
  • Iztapalapa
    Iztapalapa is one of the Federal Districts of Mexico City’s 16 boroughs, located on the east side of the entity.
  • Mexico City (former administrative division)
    Mexico City (Spanish: Ciudad de México) was the name of an administrative subdivision of the Mexican Federal District that existed from 1941 to 1970.
  • Pelado
    In Mexican society, pelado is "a term invented to describe a certain class of urban 'bum' in Mexico in the 1920s.
  • Central Department (Mexico)
    The Central Department (Spanish: Departamento Central) was an administrative subdivision of the Mexican Federal District.
  • Jaime Perales Contreras
    Jaime Perales Contreras was born in Mexico City.
  • Zócalo
    (See also: History of Mexico City) The Zócalo (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈsokalo]) is the common name of the main square in central Mexico City.
  • Ritmo Peligroso
    Ritmo Peligroso is a Mexican post-punk/rock band that was created in 1978 and known until 1984 as Dangerous Rhythm.