Mexico City from Torre Latinoamericana
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Mexico City from Torre Latinoamericana

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A: Torre Latinoamericana

by Jan Vrsinsky, 20 meters away

View from the top of Torre Latinoamericana, Mexico City. The tower was the largest standing structure...

Torre Latinoamericana

B: Casa de los Azulejos

by Alejandro Gutierrez, 40 meters away

The house of Tiles Walk along Madero Street until you come to the corner of Filomeno Mata. Here you w...

Casa de los Azulejos

C: Filomeno Mata / Francisco I. Madero / Gante

by Jan Vrsinsky, 100 meters away

Filomeno Mata / Francisco I. Madero / Gante

D: Palacio De Bellas Artes

by Jan Vrsinsky, 130 meters away

Palacio De Bellas Artes

E: Palacio Bellas De Artes of Mexico City

by Arroz Marisco, 130 meters away

The opulent Palace of Fine Arts has most of its glamour stolen by the smiling elderly couple on my le...

Palacio Bellas De Artes of Mexico City

F: Bellas Artes at Night

by Jose Luis Perez, 170 meters away

Bellas Artes at Night

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by Recorridos Virtuales, 180 meters away

H: Angela Peralta / Juárez

by Jan Vrsinsky, 190 meters away

Angela Peralta / Juárez

I: Gala Night in Bellas Artes

by Jose Luis Perez, 190 meters away

Gala Night in Bellas Artes

J: Plaza Tolsá

by Jan Vrsinsky, 240 meters away

Plaza Tolsá

This panorama was taken in Mexico, North America

This is an overview of North America

North America includes Mexico, the United States, Canada, and Gotham City.

The region temporarily existed as a Protectorate of His Imperial Majesty Emperor Norton I, with its capital being the city of San Francisco. Sadly, this term of benevolent ebullience lasted a brief two decades and ended c. 1880.

The United States is now the dominant country of North America. It arose as a nation only 225 years ago after a successful rebellion against the British government under King George III.

From a distance, it appears that the eastern coastlines of North and South America fit exactly into the west coast of Africa. In fact, about 250 million years ago these continents really were all connected in one land mass that we have named Pangaea.

With such a foundation in tectonic unity, there is no doubt that someday soon the people on every continent of earth will realize their fundamental similarities. Expect massive leaps in creative output in your area!

Text by Steve Smith.

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