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|TM is a more tallest building in mexico, and latinamerica----------works with GE4||08/02/2006||815|
|To the first right is N133CA (cn 18844/171) and to the left the first one is N134CA (cn 18744/86) ex Americana de Aviación at Jorge Chavez International, Lima ||04/22/2007||417|
|This is the highest tower in Latin America.||09/10/2005||376|
|The Popocatepetl and Iztaccíhuatl Volcanos near Mexico City, Mexico. The name Popocatepetl, meaning "Smoking Mountain", was given to the volcano by the Aztecs, and suggests that the volcano has long been active. It is built on an older volcano which adds 12,464 ft (3800 m) to Popocatepetl's elevation.||07/19/2005||1,163|
|Ancient pyramical complex of Xochicalco; outside Mexico City.|
After the fall of the Teotihuacan hegemony and before the rise of the Toltec military state local powers rose in Mexico in the epiclassical period, AD 650-900. For easy defense they were typically build on hill-tops, like this one.
Impressively, the amount of details on Google Earth is far in advance of the textbook aer...
|Famous plaza in Mexico, here concentrate all Mexican Music well known as Mariachi. ||09/04/2005||599|
|Is the third tallest building in Colombia|
Thanks to Jorge Puerta Yepes
|The Torre Entel (Entel Tower) is a 135-metre high telecommunications tower belonging to ENTEL (Chile's main telecom company) located at the very centre of the city, and generally used as a landmark and point-of-reference for pedestrians finding their way in Santiago's downtown: "South of Torre Entel", or "just walk 3 blocks from the tower" are common directions you may hear ...||09/03/2005||2,781|
|This is a IBM Mexico's Building, located in Calzada Legaria.||09/11/2005||333|
|Lago de México||08/20/2005||553|
|This is where the world famous (and delicious!) Corona Beer is made, Mexico City, Mexico.||09/30/2005||555|
|Note: Enable 3D buildings layer to see in 3D |
Palacio de Bellas Artes (Palace of Fine Arts) is located at Mexico City, Mexico. It is the most important cultural center in Mexico City as well as the rest of the country of Mexico. It is located on the west side of the historic center of Mexico City next to the Alameda Central park. The first National Theater of Mexico was built in the late...