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Mexico, SPAN101

by: Stacy Downing

Mexico, SPAN101 SPAN 101-004

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These notes contain information about the city of Mexico and compares and contrast to the city of Mexico in the past. This will be really helpful for your test because the test's essay contains a c...
Spanish Elements I
Caridad M. Nussa
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Stacy Downing on Sunday March 6, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to SPAN 101-004 at Towson University taught by Caridad M. Nussa in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 11 views. For similar materials see Spanish Elements I in Spanish at Towson University.

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Date Created: 03/06/16
Mexico (Pagina 137)  Mexico o Capital: La ciudad de México D.F o Idioma: español o Ciudades importantes: Cancún, Guanajuato, Puerto Vallarta  Ciudad de México D.F. o Población: 20 millones o Ciudades grande o Lugares: hoteles, restraunte, museo, cines y teatros o Plaza se llama Zócalo  La plaza pública más grande en México o Hay catedral y los edificios de gobierno y edificios colonias o 1978: Templo Mayor o Palacio presidencial  Tenochtitlan o En el siglo quince o Ciudad grande o Lugares: pirámides, templos y palacios o Templo mayor: ceremonias religiosas  Simlilaruades o Ciudad grande o Zócalo o Templo Mayor o Palacios  Escribir o Hoy voy a describir la antigua capital Tenochtitlan y la actual capital Ciudad de México D.F. en México. En el siglo quince, la capital de México se llamaba Tenochtitlan. En la capital hay muchos lugares por ejemplo, hay templos y palacios. También en mil trescientos noventa, los españoles empezaron a construir el Templo Mayor. Hoy, la capital de México se llama Ciudad de México D.F. La población en la ciudad es veinte millones. Hay también muchos lugares en la capital por ejemplo, hay hoteles, restraunte, museo y cine. Hay también la Plaza se llama Zócalo. La plaza pública más grande en México. Hay muchas semejanzas entre la antigua capital y la actual capital. Ambos capitales tienen ciudad grande y Templo Mayor. También, hay Zócalo y palacios en ambos capitales.


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