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| Edificios de Paseo de la Reforma |
by Miguel Palmeros
|El Paseo de la Reforma is one of the most important avenues of Mexico City. The origin of this street is located in the Second Mexican Empire, and whose aim would be to connect as Chapultepec Castle with the National Palace. Today this beautiful avenue hosts several of the most emblematic buildings of modern Mexico, as the Torre Mayor, which is the tallest building in Latin America and even Latin America, HSBC Tower, and the new building called asymmetric Reforma 222 located in the number 222, Edificio Reforma 265, Torre del Caballito, Edificio El Moro, Anahuac Tower, the building of the broker, the National Auditorium. It is also one of the most lively avenues, for in it are carried out different types of events and exhibitions. Of course while passing that there is a statue more representative of our country and freedom in Mexico, the Angel of Independence, which is usual marches celebrate sporting triumphs and civilians.
Jun 21, 2012