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Torre Latino, Mexico City

Categories: Observation Decks, Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
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3.8/5 based on 800+ reviews on the web
Gain extensive views of Mexico City during a trip up Torre Latino. Built in 1956 and reaching a height of 188 m (597 ft), the skyscraper was the largest building in the capital until 1984, and represents a landmark in engineering as the first major skyscraper to be successfully built on regularly active seismic land. Take the elevator up to the 44th floor to snap panoramic shots of the capital from the observation deck, and make sure to pay a visit to the onsite museum. There you'll learn about the techniques and technology used to help the skyscraper withstand the 1985 Mexico City earthquake without sustaining any damage. A visit to Torre Latino represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Mexico City vacation generator to plot your vacation.
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  • Climb to the top of this skyscraper, finally not so impressive that, Mexico is so polluted that finally there is not great thing, you won't break not, but ultimately nothing very interesting. This tower is rather old and like the rest of Mexico is not very beautiful.
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  • With an unbeatable location, it allows us to have a good perspective of the city in its four cardinal points. In enclosed space on floor 42 as well as in semi-open 44 floor space. It is the viewpoint par excellence of the city of Mexico. It is also a building with an advanced design that has not suffered any damage before the numerous earthquakes that have lived since its construction. It also has gift shop and other attractions.
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  • Went to check the sights and its a unique experience. Be prepared to wait a little bit cause there is a lot of people going to the observation deck 
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