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    Green roofs – Under the blue sky, the green ceiling

    Lately “green” walls have become fashionable, especially on big corporate buildings.

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    The oldest city in the Californias

    Earlier this year we told you about what it’s like to stare at the eyes of a whale. And we were so excited about that we didn’t say anything about one of the cities where you can stay if you […]

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    Which song do you want, sir?

    In both cantines and popular restaurants (and sometimes, even in some fancy places) not only waiters interact with the customers. The variety of offerings that a customer can receive in Mexico during his visit a restaurant may be wide: boleros […]

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    Coffee Time!

    While yesterday we thought about the beach, reality in México City is rainy (very rainy). That, and the barely 19ºC, made us need coffee desperately. So today we want to recommend a very chic place that combines two of the […]

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    Where the sky is born…

    The biosphere reservation Sian Ka’an, on the Quintana Roo coast is a protected natural space and a world heritage site. Its coral reefs, beaches, mangroves, wetlands and lagoons are home to 23 Mayan archeological sites, 103 mammal species and 336 […]

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    Happy birthday United Blogs of Benetton!

    Today is a very special day – it’s our birthday and we want to celebrate it with all of you! Send us your birthday greetings or a photo of you, just like our bloggers have done from all over the […]

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    The automobile museum in México

    In 2003, Volkswagen decided to stop producing Beetles. The last one that was produced in the world, at the factory owned by the German company in Puebla, was sent away with mariachis and everything (they even played Las Golondrinas – […]

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    It is México!

    Es Mx (“it is México”) is an integral Project born, according to their creators “from the desire to reveal a México full of architecture design, fashion and art, as well as feminine identity and photography”. We would define Es Mx […]

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    Into the wild: Zacango Zoo

    We went on a trip to Zacango Zoo, 14 kilometers from Toluca City in the Estado de México and we took some pictures. A visit to this zoo is a good option for a short weekend trip. Zacango is a […]

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    Hidden piece of art

    Once upon a time there was a very talented painter who didn’t consider himself an artist. Besides, he thought he was crazy and if people found out they would lock him up in an asylum. So he painted. He made […]

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    Places to know: Mexican Turtle Center

    On the coasts of Oaxaca in México there is a little town called Mazunte and one of the attractions of this place is the Mexican Turtle Center. Last century, on the beaches of San Agustinillo (neighboring town to Mazunte) the […]

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    Colors with Love

    For Christmas 2011 COLORS Magazine gave to Libya an art installation by Fabrica: Unhate Dove. COLORS gave this gift to the city of Tripoli as a sign of peace and hope. The big sculpture in the shape of a dove […]

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