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Ciudad de Mexico is also called as Mexico Federal District (D.F), capital of Mexico and seat of the centralized powers of the Mexican Union. Mexico City is a centralized essence within Mexico which is not part of any one of the 31 Mexican states but belongs to the federation as a whole. Mexico City is the country's biggest city and Mexico City's major issues are political, cultural, educational and financial center. Like "alpha" global city Mexico City is the most significant in financial and cultural areas in North America. Mexico City is situated in the Valley of Mexico, a huge valley in the high often high at the center of Mexico, at an elevation of 2,240 meters.The city consists of sixteen precincts. The city was accountable for generating 21% of Mexico's GDP and the urban area availed for 34% of total national GDP. In 1524, the metropolis of Mexico City was established and after 1585 it was formally known as Ciudad de Mexico (Mexico City).

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      Mexico City Recreation, Culture and Attractions
Mexico City is the most significant cultural centers in the world, audacity more museums than any further city. Mexico City comes third in the position of theaters in the world, after London and New York. During regal times the first art shaped was that of the codices generated to protect or recover Amerindian iconography and history. Mexico City's culture is the consequence of the addition of native and Spanish civilization, foods, music, religion, and structural design. Visitors to Mexico City will right away see and be grateful for the addition of Spanish and inhabitant cultures. The permanent amusement parks in Mexico City are the oldest and most customary one is La Ferial Chapleted Magic. Smaller parks dispersed all through the city. Most are small "squares" occupying two or three-square blocks in the middle of housing or profitable districts. Football is the most fashionable democratic and spectator game in the city. Mexico City has entertained the championship match of the World Cup finals two times. Although bullfighting has been moribund for some time, the city's Plaza Mexico is the biggest bullring in the world. Mexico City has many attractions to travel around with its extended and charming past, an exciting present and a thrilling future. Mexico City is a lively purpose with exciting tourist attractions, very old landmarks, out of these world art museums, historic theaters, good-looking parks and cultural diversions. Downtown Mexico City is a lively district wrinkled with astonishing structural design, museums, parks, restaurants, shops and important historical sites, including the shell of the Aztec capital.

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      Mexico City Demographics
Mexico City total population - 8,857,000
Mexico City Mestizo populations - 55%
Mexico City Europeans population - 23%
Mexico City Indigenous population - 19%

      Mexico City Education
The National self-governing University of Mexico is situated in Mexico City. This University is the biggest university with 305,969 students from all backgrounds enrolled. The second largest higher-education institution is the National Polytechnic Institute where sophisticated investigation is performed very different scientific and technological disciplines. The important University of California preserves a campus known as "Casa de California" in the city. The Universidad Technological de Mexico is also located in the Mexico City. Mexico City's public schools are negotiated by the federal level desk of Public Education. Many public and private schools offers multi-cultural, multi-lingual and international schools which are attended by Mexican and overseas students. The city has the uppermost literacy rate in the country, predictable at more than 90%. Students are necessary to be present 6 years of primary school and 3 years of secondary school. Mexico City is residence to some of the nation's most significant universities, counting the National Autonomous University of Mexico, launched in 1551. More than 350,000 students are registered at the sprawling university. The capital contains Mexico's largest attentiveness of higher-education amenities.

      Mexico City Symbols
Mexico City Nick Name - La Ciudad de los Palacios (The City of Palaces)

      Mexico City History
Mexico City was established by the Mexican, also named as Aztecs, in the year 1325. The earlier Mexican city is now accredited as Tenochtitlan. Mexico City advanced because of deal with Spain, Spanish colonies in the Americas and even with the Philippines and other parts of Asia also. Mexico City contains noble class, but the title of count; duke etc. advised social category, but not political authority. The attentiveness of mansions and palaces is now the Mexico City historic center. "The City of Palaces" is the nickname of the city. In the year 1985 Mexico City earthquake was caused major harm to the center of the city. Mexico City has more than 1, 00,000 people lived in Teotihuacan, the "Place of the Gods," before it was mysteriously deserted approximately A.D. 750. Mexico City history starts in 1325AD. In recent reminiscence previous to 1325, the area was in fact enclosed with lake, Texaco. The incredible alteration was take place, initiation of Mexico City history. The Toltec's perhaps descended from the itinerant tribes who invaded Teotihuacan, arose as the next great people, structure their capital at Tulsa, 65km away from north of contemporary-day Mexico City.

      Mexico City Transportation
Mexico City is assisted by the System Transport communal Metro, a 207 km metro system, in Latin America. The first portions were opened in the year 1969 and it has prolonged to 11 lines with 175 stations. The city government also accomplishes a system of huge buses, in contrast with the privately accomplished microbuses, with fares hardly beyond that of the metro. Traffic in this scheme is so opaque that an eminent highways. The city has four major bus stations, which include one of the world's biggest transportation collections, with bus service to many cities across the country and international relations. Mexico City is assisted by Mexico City International Airport. The government of Mexico engaged with a wide reforming program that involves the new second neighboring terminal, which starts operations in the year 2007, and the swelling of four other airports, along with Mexico City's airport. Transport in Mexico City is administered by the supervision of the Mexican central District through numerous public companies that administer the different means of transportation. The supervision of Mexico City accomplish the second diligent openly owned transit system in North America after New York City, if confidential operators are involved; the Mexico City traveler transport system handles double the passengers of the New York MTA. The first Metro line has 16 stations, and started to the community in the year 1969. The system has prolonged in a series of hysterics and starts. This metro system works for 365 days; it's also the quickest and low cost form of transport.

      Mexico City Universities
Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico City, Central Mexico - 3,24,000 Students
National Polytechnic Institute, Mexico City, Central Mexico - 1,53,000 Students
National Pedagogic University, Mexico City, Central Mexico - 25,000+ Students
Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico, Mexico City, Central Mexico - 5,000 Students
El Colegio de Mexico, Mexico City, Central Mexico - 453 Students
Universidad del Valle de Mexico, Mexico City, Central Mexico - 1,00,000 Students
Universidad Panamericana, Mexico City, Central Mexico - 16,000 Students
Universidad Anahuac - Mexico Sur, Mexico City, Central Mexico - 2,000 Students
Universidad Autonoma de la Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico City, Central Mexico -10,000 Students
University of the Cloister of Sor Juana, Mexico City, Central Mexico - 1,600 Students

      Mexico City Tourist Attractions
National Museum of Anthropology (Museo Nacional de Antropologia)
Piramides de Teotihuacan
Castillo de Chapultepec
Palacio de Bellas Artes
Edificio de Correos
Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso
Museo Memoria y Tolerancia
Museo Dolores Olmedo Patino
Ballet Folklorico de Mexico
National Palace
Museo de Arte Popular
Paseo de la Reforma
Paseo por el Centro Historico
Museo del Templo Mayor
Franz Mayer Museum
Museo Mural Diego Rivera
Metropolitan Cathedral
Ciudad Universitaria
Frida Kahlo Museum
National Museum of Art
Parque Nacional Desierto de los Leones
Central University City Campus
San Angel
Casa Azul
Centro Historico
Historic Center
Museo Soumaya

      Mexico City Museums
Altepepialcalli Regional Museum
Alvar and Carmen T. de Carrillo Gil Museum of Art
Anahuacalli Museum
Blaisten Collection Museum
Antique Toy Museum
Archeological Museum of Cuicuilco
Archeological Museum of Xochimilco
Army and Air Force Museum of Mexico
Automobile Museum of Mexico
Calmecac Cultural Center
Caricature Museum of Mexico
Casa de la Bola Museum
The Chapultepec Castle National Museum of History
Charreria Museum
Chopo University Museum
Convent El Carmen Museum
Cuauhnahuac Regional Museum
Diego Rivera Mural Museum
Dr. Samuel Fastlicht Museum
Dolores Olmedo Patino Museum
El Carmen Museum
Estanquillo Museum
Ex Teresa Convent Modern Art Museum
Felix de Jesus Museum
Fuego Nuevo Museum
Geles Cabrera Museum of Sculpture
Geological Museum of UNAM
Geology and Sciences of the Herat Museum
Guadalupe Basilica Museum
Hacienda de San Cristobal Polaxtla Museum
Hacienda de Santa Monica Museum
Historic Museum of San Miguel de Allende
Jose Luis Cuevas Museum
The Leon Trotsky Museum
Mexico City Museum
Mexico City's Wax Museum
Mixquic Archeological Museum
Museum of Natural History
Museum of Parliament Precinct
National Museum of Cultures

      Mexico City National Parks
Cerro de la Estrella National Park
Cumbres del Ajusco National Park
Desierto de los Leones National Park
El Historico Coyoacan National Park
El Tepeyac National Park
Fuentes Brotantes de Tlalpan National Park
Insurgente Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla National Park
Lomas de Padierna National Park
Parque Nacional Desierto de los Leones
Auditorio Nacional
La Condesa
Chapultepec Park
Floating Gardens of Xochimilco
Reserva Ecologica Cuemanco-Xochimilco
Parque Ecologico Xochimilco
Garden of Art (Jardin del Arte)
Los Dinamos
Zoologico Los Coyotes
Parque Hundido
Jardin de la Triple Alianza
Alameda Central

      Mexico City Religious
Mexico City Roman Catholic - 76.5%
Mexico City Protestant - 6.3%
Mexico City other- 0.3%
Mexico City unspecified - 13.8%
Mexico City none - 3.1%

      Mexico City Government
Mexico City has 16 districts. Mexico City government has federal, local and national politics. Mexico City has large population in Mexico. Mexico City government is divided into federal executive, legislative, and judicial branches. Mexico City president is appointed the mayor, who is the trusted party member in Mexico City. Mexico City mayor was elected every six years. Mexico City government executive branch has key secretariats, ministries, state secretariat and public works and some of ministries deal with finance, environment, transportation, human welfare and justice. Mexico City Federal District has a legislative assembly is same as Mexican States and its members are elected every three years. Mexico City federal government organized cultural, political and economic power.

      Mexico City Geography
Mexico City is situated at the Mexico valley and Mexico City is named as Basin of Mexico. Mexico City total area is 573 square miles. Mexico City is a capital city of Mexico. Mexico City weather is normally cool and dry. The valleys lower region has less rainfall compared to upper regions of the south, the lower regions Iztapalapa, Iztacalco, Venusians Carina and the west regions Gustavo A. Madera are waterless and humid than upper southern regions. Mexico City has warm summers and calm winters rainy season from June to October and dry season from November to May. Mexico City cool month is January and hottest month is May. Mexico City has snow only in winter season.

      Mexico City Economy
Mexico City is one of the most significant economic markets in Latin America. Mexico City produces 21.8% of the country's disgusting domestic product. Mexico City has GDP of $390 billion, which positioned 8th richest city in the world and richest in the Latin America. Mexico City is the 30th biggest economy in the world. Mexico City's greatest contributors to the country's industrial GDP and the service sector GDP. Mexico City has world's quickest-rising economies. The high expenditure authority of Mexico City population makes the city good-looking for companies contributing prestige and luxury goods. Mexico City leftover the economic engine of the country even though some industries have been confident to move other areas to decrease pollution and restrain growth. Industrial behavior involves textiles, chemicals, furniture, plastics and metals, electronics assembly, and production of pharmaceutical products. The food and drink industry leftovers a major employer while tourism brings millions of dollars into the economy. Dairy products, corn, maguey, and other farm products are sold in urban markets. The main industries of the city are connected to building and the production of iron and steel, textiles and yarn, plastics, furniture and cement. The tourism industry also provides some employment Opportunities. Mexico City is the hub for many industries as well as arts, education and culture.

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