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Mexico City - Mexico City, Mexico

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Mexico City - Mexico City, Mexico
Address: Mexico City, Mexico
Mexico City - Mexico City, Mexico

Mexico City - Mexico City, Mexico

Mexico City - Wikipedia

Nicknames and mottos[edit]. Spanish conquest[edit]. The growth of colonial Mexico City[edit]. Battle of Mexico City during the U.S.-Mexican War of 1847[edit]. Porfirian era (1876-1911)[edit]. Mexican Revolution (1910-1920][edit]. From the 20th century to the present[edit]. Recreation and parks[edit]. Metropolitan area[edit].

Mexico City (Spanish: Ciudad de Mexico,[a][12] locally [sju'da(d) de 'mexiko] (listen);[13] abbr. CDMX, Nahuatl Mexico; CDMX) is Mexico's capital and largest city. It is also the country's most populous and federally recognized entity. Mexico City is one the most important financial and cultural centers in the world. [16] It's located at 2,240m (7,350 feet) in the Valley of Mexico (Valle de Mexico), a large valley on the central plateau of Mexico. There are 16 demarcaciones territoriales in the city, also known as alcaldias (or boroughs) or subdivisions.

With a land area measuring 1,495 sq km (577 sq mi), the 2020 population of the city was 9,209 944 [9][17]. [18] The most recent definition of Greater Mexico City by the federal government and the state governments states that it has a population of 21,804,515. This makes it the sixth largest metropolitan area in the United States, the second-largest Urban agglomeration (behind Sao Paulo in Brazil) and the largest Spanish-speaking City (city proper). Greater Mexico City's GDP was $411 billion in 2011. This makes it one the most productive urban areas worldwide. [20] Mexico's GDP was generated by the city, which accounted for 15.8%. The country's GDP was 22% in the metropolitan area. [21] Mexico City, if it were an independent nation in 2013, would be the fifth largest economy in Latin America. [22]