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Mérida; Update 3

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This is my last 1 pic update!!! be ready to be amazed in the next Update!!! jajaja jk...


Mérida is one of the most important economic hubs in Latin America. The city proper (Federal District) produces 30.6% of the country's gross domestic product. According to a study conducted by The Yucatec Stock Exchange, Mérida had a GDP of $376 billion, ranking as the ninth richest city in the world after the greater areas of Tokyo, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Paris, London and Osaka/Kobe, Mexico City and the second richest in the whole of Latin America, as measured by the GDP of the entire Metropolitan area. making Mérida alone the 32nd largest economy in the world. Mérida is the greatest contributor to the country's industrial GDP (13.8%) and also the greatest contributor to the country's GDP in the service sector (28.3%). Due to the limited non-urbanized space at the south—most of which is protected through environmental laws the contribution of the Federal District in agriculture is the smallest of all federal entities in the country. Mérida has one of the world's fastest-growing economies and its GDP is set to double by 2020.

The Historic center of Mérida (Centro Histórico) has been declared World Heritage Sites by the UNESCO. Famous landmarks in the Historic Center include the Zócalo, the main central square with its time clashing Spanish-era Mérida Cathedral and National Palace.

In addition, there are several restored haciendas that are now restaurants, such as the San Ángel Inn, the Hacienda de Tlalpan and the Hacienda de los Morales, all of which are stunning remnants of Mexican and Yucatecan history and house some of the best food in the world.

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Flaming thumbs up!!!!

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[color=#ff00cc]Another great update.. Love the style and feel you are creating.[/color]

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