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Edited by: veit on 21.12.2003 veit on 26.08.2003
Last postings about Coyoacán Distrito Federal Mexico from other users
dunaluna wrote:

Coyoacan and Tlalpan are very nice places to go. Besides to be a colonial area where there are craft, markets where delicious mexican food is prepared and pubs, some times there are outdoors activities, as concerts and plays. CU was the school I went and one of my main reasons to live in this huge cities is just the University. UNAM is the biggest university in latinamerica and the most impostant, IT IS FOR FREE. All students there have the oportunity to do whatever we want. We have facilities for do everything. An sport area, swiming pool, chess, culture, cinema, botanic garden, etc.

darma07 wrote:

ufff, museos hay para todos los gustos, Coyoacán es imperdonable, el Chopo es una experiencia rockera!!monumentos, bares, la Plaza pública más grande de latinoamerica!! en fin la urbe más grande del mundo!! de todo un pocó....

alejandraespinosa wrote:

I think a month would not be enough to get to know my city. There are many museams dowtonwn, the exhibits display from ancient to contemlporary art and they change constantly. The well known archeological sites are one of our most famous atractions. I live near Coyoacan an San Angel, towns within the city, which offer great variety of food, cultural activities and art sales. Food is a distinctive of mexican culture so, dining is one of our MOST DO's. Night activity is diverse, and it can satisfy most kinds of interests.

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