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146 within 300 meters (980 feet) of one another and are fully automatic using a transponder based card.110 Culture edit Tourism nissan kicks premios edit The Turibus runs through many of the most important tourist attractions in the city.It is also Mexico's most important for the printed media and book publishing industries.52 The city began to grow rapidly westward in the early part of the 20th century 36 and then began to grow upwards in the 1950s, with the Torre Latinoamericana becoming the city's first skyscraper.In addition, Section xxviii of Article 50 gave the new Congress the right to choose where the federal government would be located.
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The wholesale market supplies most of the city's "mercados supermarkets and restaurants, as well as people who come to buy the produce for themselves.
Ethnic shopping areas are located in Chinatown, downtown along Calle Dolores, but Mexico City's Koreatown, or Pequeño Seúl, is located in the Zona Rosa.The city proper produces.8 of the country's gross domestic product.The Estadio Azul, which seats 33,042 fans, is near the World Trade Center Mexico City in the Nochebuena neighborhood, and is home to the giants Cruz Azul.Nonetheless, the annual rate of growth of the Metropolitan Area of Mexico City is much lower than that of other large urban agglomerations in Mexico, 87 a phenomenon most likely attributable to the environmental policy of decentralization.Asimilación y herencia cultural" (PDF).México,.F.: Fondo de Cultura Económica (FCE Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social (ciesas).
Originally much of the valley laid beneath the waters of Lake Texcoco, a system of interconnected salt and freshwater lakes.
Citation needed In the 1990s, this autonomy was further expanded and since 1997, residents can directly elect the head of government of the Federal District and the representatives of a unicameral Legislative Assembly, which succeeded the previous assembly, by popular vote.