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Old August 12th, 2009, 07:22 AM   #1881
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Gran Hotel de México built in 1908 in México City, used to be a department store.

This historic building in the heart of Mexico City was used for the interior of the El Presidente Hotel in License to Kill in the James Bond film License to Kill

Gran Hotel de México contruido en 1908 en Ciudad de México, fué un tienda de departamentos .

Este edificio historico en el corazón de la Ciudad de México fué usado como El Hotel Presidente en la pelicula de James Bond License to Kill




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Old August 12th, 2009, 09:17 AM   #1882
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Gran Hotel de México built in 1908 in México City, used to be a department store.

This historic building in the heart of Mexico City was used for the interior of the El Presidente Hotel in License to Kill in the James Bond film License to Kill

Gran Hotel de México contruido en 1908 en Ciudad de México, fué un tienda de departamentos .

Este edificio historico en el corazón de la Ciudad de México fué usado como El Hotel Presidente en la pelicula de James Bond License to Kill




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Old August 12th, 2009, 01:09 PM   #1883
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Gran Hotel de México built in 1908 in México City, used to be a department store.

This historic building in the heart of Mexico City was used for the interior of the El Presidente Hotel in License to Kill in the James Bond film License to Kill

Gran Hotel de México contruido en 1908 en Ciudad de México, fué un tienda de departamentos .

Este edificio historico en el corazón de la Ciudad de México fué usado como El Hotel Presidente en la pelicula de James Bond License to Kill





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Old August 12th, 2009, 09:32 PM   #1884
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Gran Hotel de México built in 1908 in México City, used to be a department store.

This historic building in the heart of Mexico City was used for the interior of the El Presidente Hotel in License to Kill in the James Bond film License to Kill

Gran Hotel de México contruido en 1908 en Ciudad de México, fué un tienda de departamentos .

Este edificio historico en el corazón de la Ciudad de México fué usado como El Hotel Presidente en la pelicula de James Bond License to Kill




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Old August 13th, 2009, 01:19 AM   #1885
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Gran Hotel de México built in 1908 in México City, used to be a department store.

This historic building in the heart of Mexico City was used for the interior of the El Presidente Hotel in License to Kill in the James Bond film License to Kill

Gran Hotel de México contruido en 1908 en Ciudad de México, fué un tienda de departamentos .

Este edificio historico en el corazón de la Ciudad de México fué usado como El Hotel Presidente en la pelicula de James Bond License to Kill




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Old August 13th, 2009, 04:17 AM   #1886
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Gran Hotel de México built in 1908 in México City, used to be a department store.

This historic building in the heart of Mexico City was used for the interior of the El Presidente Hotel in License to Kill in the James Bond film License to Kill

Gran Hotel de México contruido en 1908 en Ciudad de México, fué un tienda de departamentos .

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Old August 13th, 2009, 04:40 AM   #1887
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nice hotel looks very expense.
hey jesus keep up the good work.
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Old August 13th, 2009, 04:51 AM   #1888
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Thank you PepéJosé.

It was built during the Porfirio Diaz regime, even when he was a dictator he brought art, arquitecture, gaslight, trains, and better transportation to the country.
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Old August 13th, 2009, 05:50 AM   #1889
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Originally Posted by ty-aptz View Post
Disculpame pero Santa Fe y el poliforum estan lejisiiiimos del centro de la ciudad sobre todo santa Fe. Esta hacial la salida aToluca!!! Eso ya no es el centro.

La primera imagen es la de Torre Altus en interlomas.
La segunda, la tercera , la sexta, y la ultima es el Arcos Bosques Corporativo I y II ademas eso ya es en el estado de Mexico nisiquiera dentro de los limites del DF.

La cuarta es la Torre Pemex.

La quinta es el WTC.
Las que sobran son el distrito de Santa Fe a muchos minutos del centro. Ademas en tus primeras fotos de la ciudad pones a las TORRES GEMELAS DE POLANCO como la Torre Mayor que nisiquiera esta en polanco!!! Lo siento pero no hay que mentirles a los demas. Saludos
Relax. Jesus was certainly mistaken, but that is very different from accusing him of being a liar. If you noticed the error, you could just have pointed that out in a polite way. Maybe even a Private Message.

Anyway Jesús, many of us do appretiate your pictures, so please keep sharing them.
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Old August 13th, 2009, 06:49 AM   #1890
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Thank you for explaining my mistake Assemblage23, I have so many pictures of both the United States and México that when I try to put the right tittle of the photograph I put the wrong description.

I made a mistake on those shots, and I know that won't be my last time. I am not perfect, and my memory sometimes fails me, but it is not my intention to lie to anyone. My reason to upload all those pictures is to let people of different countries to see the real México and the real United States.
México is the country where I was born, and the United States the country where I migrated to and where I have had a successful life.
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Old August 13th, 2009, 06:53 AM   #1891
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Gran Hotel de México built in 1908 in México City, used to be a department store.

This historic building in the heart of Mexico City was used for the interior of the El Presidente Hotel in License to Kill in the James Bond film License to Kill

Gran Hotel de México contruido en 1908 en Ciudad de México, fué un tienda de departamentos .

Este edificio historico en el corazón de la Ciudad de México fué usado como El Hotel Presidente en la pelicula de James Bond License to Kill



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Gran Hotel de México built in 1908 in México City, used to be a department store.

This historic building in the heart of Mexico City was used for the interior of the El Presidente Hotel in License to Kill in the James Bond film License to Kill

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Gran Hotel de México built in 1908 in México City, used to be a department store.

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Gran Hotel de México built in 1908 in México City, used to be a department store.

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A European vision of México City
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Colegio Naciona lDF a European vision of México City
IDF National College una visión de Europa de la Ciudad de México



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Palacio de Mineria a European vision of México City
Palacio de Mineria una visión de Europa de la Ciudad de México



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