THE BUILDING

THE LATIN-AMERICAN TOWER

the address in mexico city, d.f eje central lazaro cardenas 2, centro, 06000.

The Torre Latinoamericana was Mexico City's tallest building from 1956. In 2006, the tower celebrated its 50th anniversary. A ceremony was held on April 30, 2006, which included the reopening of the newly remodelled 37th to 44th floors, a site museum, and a fully remodeled Mirador, or observation deck, designed by Danish-born architect Palle Seiersen Frost.

Its central location, height (188 m or 597 ft; 44 stories) and history make it one of the city's most important landmarks. The old skyscraper withstand the 1985 Mexico City earthquake without damage

Museum in the tower
Belvedere atop the building

you knew what?

The truth is that during the September, 1985 earthquake, which took place at 7:19, Adolfo Zeevaert was already inside his office on the 25th floor. From that vantage point he was able to witness the destruction.

WHERE I LIVE

i live in my house in victoria, city. the address is 30 y 31 calle sierra madre #1417 fraccionamiento sierra ventana

IT'S SMALL, BUT IT'S NICE AND CONFORTABLE

i LIVE WITH MY FAMILY AND I LOVE MY HOUSE THE GOOD TIME WITH MY FAMILY.

before construction

THERE IS A LIVING ROOM, A KITCHEN ALSO THERE ARE FOUR BEDROOMS, TWO BATHROOMS AND A GAME ROOMS. THERE IS A BALCONY IN THE GAME ROOMS IT'S A BIG WINDOW. IN MY BEDROOM HAS A BIG BED AND A BIG TELEVISION, IT'S A BEAUTIFUL BEDROOM. I LOVE to winnie the pooh, there is bear on my bed.

MY HOUSE IS THE TWO FLOORS AND HAS 7 METERS WIDE AND 17 LONG the second floor, even still under construction inside.

after construction

the color of my house is orange, in front of there is a park.

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