View Poll Results: What do you rate Mexico's City skyscrapers?

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    85 36.96%
  • 9

    27 11.74%
  • 8

    42 18.26%
  • 7

    23 10.00%
  • 6

    22 9.57%
  • 5

    10 4.35%
  • 4

    2 0.87%
  • 3

    4 1.74%
  • 2

    2 0.87%
  • 1

    13 5.65%
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    Nice pictures of Mexico City.

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    7 from me, needs height and to be denser

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    Beautifull ¡¡

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    Santa Fe is very modern

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemo View Post
    And I forgot the Alameda, Pedregal, Ajusco, Tlatelolco and Polanco Skylines!!!

    Pedregal? Ajusco? Cuáles son esos? And also, you forgot Interlomas and Bosques de las Lomas!
    About the picture of Santa Fe, Antonio says that it's old, 'cause now, most of all those buildings that were in construction, are finished, and they form an amazing skyline!!!! , with great designed skyscrapers, even when they're not very tall (the tallest is "Santa Fe Pads" with 140 mts)

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