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Mexico City - Federal District

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Mexico City is the capital of Mexico and the world's most populated Spanish speaking city. The metropolitan area consists of 21.2 million people and has an endless array of residential and commercial buildings. Today, we will have a look of this huge metropolis.


The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the center of the city near the Reform Promenade.


Zocalo Square bordered by the Metropolitan Cathedral and the National Palace.


Reform Promenade and the Mexican Stock Exchange HQ on the right.


Torre Mayor, the tallest building in Mexico City, located along Reform Promenade.


Chapultepec Park gives locals a little breathing room from the urban chaos.


Torre Arcos Bosques I & II in suburban Mexico City.


Most of the city has become urbanized, but there are still some spots in the city the developers haven't discovered yet.

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Wheres the smog? Unrealistic 1 star.

Only joking, this looks amazing!!! I love the non-repetitive look of it. Do you model the lots yourself?

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I was re-watching this CJ yesterday by chance and i thought: "Too bad that it isn't updated anymore..." And voilá, another stunning update on the next morning!

Again, fantastic recreation, I've specially liked the hustle and bustle in Reforma Promenade (it's officially a promenade, not an avenue). And this update demonstrates the great job the LBT does too!

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Thank the lord this journal hasn't died! I was just studying Mexico City the other day, I am very glad I could see it here! beautiful entry!

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You should do San Antonio, Texas, the buildings like the casino, alamo, Tower of Americas and the Tower life building are all in this website. And I live here, but i know what ever you will do will be nice.

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You're just amazing!!! I really love you work, please continue with it. And maybe you could make Rotterdam, from the Netherlands. It is really a nice city.

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i am impressed... if it isnt too much work can you tell me the names of  some buildings?

- at the first picture at the very left ... the narrow one
- third picture the both buildings on the left
- on the fourth picture the two buildings on the middle-top

many thanks in advance!

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skyscraper241: The trees are by c.p. and are in sc4devotion. There's a plop mod by hooha47 that lets you put the trees via the mayor mod over there too.

Evillions: I have a sidewalk mod but I lotted some of the things.

1. I think that building is part of one of berethor07's prop packs.
2. The corner red building is by Towerdude. The others are from one of berethor07's prop packs.
3. Berethor07 again

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