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0.0
7372 ft.
Mexico City, Mexico
Exit through Calzada Ingacio Zaragoza, in the crossing with Ermita Ixtapalapa Avenue, Distrito Federal, right by the Santa Marta Subway station.
1.1
1.7
7457 ft.
Mexico City, Estado de Mexico, Mexico
Mexico City grew rapidly from just the many small towns around it into the largest city in Mexico today. The population overflowed over the boundaries of the Federal District into the neighboring state of Mexico. This area in the Pre-Hispanic times was the land of the Acolhuas people whose capital was in Texcoco. They form part of the Aztec Empire.
1.9
3.0
7579 ft.
State Border Line Distrito Federal and Estado de Mexico
State Border Line Distrito Federal and Estado de Mexico, Mexico
2.3
3.7
7605 ft.
La Caldera Volcano, Estado de Mexico
La Caldera Volcano in not an active volcano, In the State of Mexico, Mexico
6.6
10.7
7326 ft.
Tlapacoya, Estado de Mexico, Mexico
Tlapacoya is an important archaeological site in State of Mexico. Located where once was an island in a precolumbian lake at the foot of the Tlapacoya volcano, famous for it's earthware figurines created between 1500 and 300 BC
7.3
11.8
7385 ft.
River
River.
8.1
13.1
7346 ft.
Gas Station
Gas Station.
8.9
14.3
7356 ft.
Panasonic Factory Plant
Panasonic Factory Plant, Mexico City, Mexico.
9.4
15.2
7372 ft.
Highway Intersection
Highway Intersection with Tlalmanalco highway in Estado de Mexico, Mexico.
10.2
16.4
7385 ft.
Toll Gate
Toll Gate.
23.1
37.1
10374 ft.
Highway Intersection
Highway Intersection with the toll free federal Highway Mexico City-Puebla, Mexico .
28.6
46.1
9754 ft.
Rio Frio Ixtapaluca village, Edo de Mexico
Rio Frio Ixtapaluca village, Estado de Mexico, Mexico..
29.1
46.9
9823 ft.
State Border Line
State Border Line between Estado de Mexico and Puebla, Mexico.
31.8
51.1
9203 ft.
U turn
U turn.
35.6
57.3
8461 ft.
Santa Rita Tlahuapan, Puebla Mexico
Town of Santa Rita Tlahuapan, Puebla Mexico a place to eat trout.
37.2
59.8
8366 ft.
Highway Exit
Highway Exit to Ixtapulacan, Puebla, Mexico.
40.0
64.3
7844 ft.
San Matias Tlalancaleca village Puebla, Mexico

41.9
67.5
7638 ft.
Popocatepetl and Iztaccihatl Volcano view
This two volcanoes stand the view along the highway, The Popocatepetl also called "Don Goyo" is an active volcanoes and has had more than 20 major eruptions since the arrival of the Spanish in 1519. Popo is currently active, it's last eruption was on December 2000. The Iztaccihatl resembles a woman lying down and together have echoed a legend that is well known: They were once a maiden and a worrier in the Aztec empire, he was forced to go to war by her father and she received the news he had died, in grief she died crying for her lover, and when he came back took her body over a hill and shout to the gods in anger and despair, they covered them with branches and snow and so they became the woman laying down and the worrier kneeling by her side ever since.
43.7
70.3
7520 ft.
San Rafael Tlanalapan town, Puebla Mexico
San Rafael Tlanalapan town, Puebla Mexico.
45.1
72.6
7454 ft.
San Martin Texmelucan de Labastida, Puebla
The City of San Martin Texmelucan de Labastida, in the state of Puebla, Mexico is in a valley that has been inhabit since 1600 B.C.
46.2
74.4
7421 ft.
Highway Exit to Tlaxcala
Highway Exit to Tlaxcala, Mexico.
46.9
75.4
7405 ft.
Highway Exit to Tlaxcala
Highway Exit to Tlaxcala.
48.1
77.4
7405 ft.
Santa Maria Moyotzingo Village, Puebla
Santa Maria Moyotzingo Village, in the state of Puebla, Mexico.
49.8
80.2
7290 ft.
Toll Gate
Toll Gate and emergency services.
56.5
91.0
7188 ft.
Highway Exit
Highway Exit to ThyssenKrupp a German corporation that produces steel
56.9
91.5
7156 ft.
San Miguel Xoxtla village, Puebla, Mexico
San Miguel Xoxtla village, Puebla, Mexico.
60.3
97.0
7198 ft.
Highway Intersection
Highway Intersection to Beltway "Libramiento Ecologico" Puebla, Puebla Mexico
64.1
103.2
7047 ft.
Highway Exit to the City of Puebla, Puebla
Highway Exit to the City of Puebla, the capital city in the state of Puebla Mexico.
64.7
104.1
7064 ft.
Puebla, Puebla Mexico
The city of Puebla is the capital city in the State Puebla, Mexico. Founded in 1531 the city has many tourist attractions and in each corner is a piece of history waiting to be discovered within the colonial architecture, one which stands is the Cathedral, but there are many other churches and temples since this is a profoundly catholic city. Another place to visit is the Artist's neighborhood, the Amparo museum, the Art museum, the car museum.
65.3
105.1
7119 ft.
Puebla, Puebla Mexico
One of the most remarkable aspects that make this cityn of Puebla famous is the regional cuisine, the "Mole Poblano" is a world wide famous Mexican dish, along with many other regional specialties.
65.9
106.1
7169 ft.
Highway Intersection, Puebla Puebla Mexico
This Highway Intersection, is a bridge in the city of Puebla, Puebla Mexico that crosses over the Tlaxcala Highway 119 and the Beltway to the city of Puebla
67.1
108.0
7244 ft.
Highway Exit to Tlaltepango
Highway Exit to highway 121 to Tlaltepango and Tenancingo in the State of Tlaxcala, Mexico
68.7
110.6
7336 ft.
Estadio Cuahutemoc, Puebla, Puebla Mexico
The Estadio Cuahutemoc, Puebla, Puebla Mexico is a soccer football stadium, near the Baseball Stadium Hermanos Serdan, being this the Sports unit in the city.
72.8
117.2
7500 ft.
Gas Station
Gas Station and groceries market.
74.1
119.3
7559 ft.
River bed
River bed.
74.6
120.0
7582 ft.
Highway Exit to Huamantla, Tlaxcala Mexico
Highway Exit to Huamantla, Tlaxcala Mexico.
77.6
124.9
7657 ft.
Toll Booth Amozoc, Puebla
Toll Booth and Exit to the town of Amozoc, Puebla, a place where many handcrafts are produced, specially for horsemen or 'Charros'.
80.8
130.0
7530 ft.
Autodromo (racing track) Miguel E. Abed
The Autodromo or racing track Miguel E. Abed is a racing car facility in Puebla Mexico, that holds the NASCAR Corona series and T series race in Mexico
82.1
132.2
7520 ft.
La Magdalena Village, Puebla Mexico
La Magdalena Village, Puebla Mexico.
86.4
139.0
7415 ft.
Highway Exit to Santiago Acatlan Puebla, Mexico
Highway Exit to Santiago Acatlan village and the town of Tepeaca in the state of Puebla, Mexico.
89.5
144.0
7365 ft.
Zahuatlan village Puebla, Mexico
Zahuatlan village in the state of Puebla, Mexico.
93.1
149.8
7224 ft.
Highway Exit to Acatzingo town in Puebla
Highway Exit to Acatzingo town in Puebla a place with beautiful colonial architecture and is also exit to San Juan Acozac, Puebla Mexico.
102.0
164.1
7008 ft.
Highway Exit to Tecamachalco, Puebla
Highway Exit to the town of Tecamachalco, in Puebla Mexico..
105.3
169.4
7126 ft.
Palmarito Tochopan Village, Puebla, Mexico
Palmarito Tochopan Village, Puebla, Mexico.
112.7
181.3
7254 ft.
Palmar de Bravo Village, Puebla Mexico
Palmar de Bravo Village, Puebla Mexico.
116.4
187.3
7428 ft.
Highway Intersection
Highway Intersection to the city of Tehuacan, Publa Mexico 48 km away, this city holds important tourist attractions, some architectural such as The Cathedral, Del Carmen church, San Francisco Church, the Calvario temple, some water spa and recreational sites and archaeological sites
124.5
200.3
8035 ft.
Highway Intersection to Ciudad Serdan, Puebla
Highway Intersection to Ciudad Serdan, Puebla and Exit to Esperanza village Puebla, Mexico
124.7
200.6
8058 ft.
Toll booth
Toll booth and emergency services.
125.4
201.8
8081 ft.
Gas Station
Gas Station.
127.3
204.9
8087 ft.
Pico de Orizaba sight
The Pico de Orizaba is a volcano covered with snow and a place to practice mountaineering, and difficult climbing, is 5,747 meters over sea level.
129.7
208.7
7986 ft.
State border line between Puebla and Veracruz
State border line between Puebla and Veracruz states, Mexico.
132.7
213.5
7402 ft.
Highway tunnel
Highway tunnel.
145.3
233.8
4488 ft.
Nogales village, Veracruz Mexico

146.0
234.9
4462 ft.
Ciudad Mendoza, Veracruz Mexico
Ciudad Mendoza, Veracruz Mexico.
147.6
237.5
4222 ft.
Railroad crossing
Railroad crossing.
148.5
239.0
4196 ft.
Rio Blanco Veracruz Mexico
Rio Blanco Veracruz Mexico.
150.3
241.8
4094 ft.
Highway Exit to Rio blanco and Orizaba
Highway Exit to Rio blanco and Orizaba Veracruz Mexico.
151.6
244.0
4072 ft.
Highway Exit to Industrial Area in Orizaba, Veracruz
Highway Exit to Industrial Area in Orizaba, Veracruz Mexico.
152.9
246.0
3914 ft.
Orizaba Veracruz Mexico
The City of Orizaba in the state of Veracruz Mexico lies on a extraordinarily fertile valley at 1200 m. The name means "Cheerful waters". During the colonial times, Orizaba became an important city and is proud of it's heritage.
153.1
246.3
3878 ft.
Orizaba River, Orizaba Veracruz Mexico
The Orizaba River has great site points along it's banks as the Elephant waterfall.
154.0
247.9
3858 ft.
Orizaba Veracruz Mexico
Places to visit in the city of Orizaba, Veracruz: Municipal palace build in Belgium by Societe Anonyme des Forges D'Aiseau, San Miguel Temple, San Gertrudis Temple, Santa Maria Temple, Arts Museum.
154.4
248.4
3835 ft.
500 steps natural park, Orizaba
500 steps natural park, Orizaba, Veracruz Mexico, a natural beauty with pools, tyrolese and services.
154.9
249.3
3796 ft.
Ixtaczoquitlan, Veracruz Mexico
Ixtaczoquitlan is a town in Veracruz Mexico, its name comes from the Nahuatl language and means place of white mud. Places to visit are the San Juan mountain to practice paragliding, and mountain bike, the Metlac Ravine with an impressive view and the Ixtaczoquitlan caves.
155.2
249.8
3789 ft.
Highway Intersection
Highway Intersection.
160.8
258.7
3360 ft.
Sight stop
Sight stop at the ravine of Metlac.
161.4
259.7
3406 ft.
Exit to Fortin, Veracruz Mexico
Exit to Fortin, Veracruz Mexico.
161.5
259.9
3419 ft.
Toll Booth
Toll Booth.
164.9
265.4
2972 ft.
Highway Exit to the city of Cordoba Veracruz
Highway Exit to the city of Cordoba Veracruz, Mexico. It's tourist attractions are 'El Portal de la Casa de los Condes de Ceballos' where the independence treatises were sign, Pedro Diaz theater, The Municipal Palace, San Miguel and San Jose Temple, The San Antonio Convent.
165.2
265.8
2927 ft.
Cordoba Veracruz Mexico
The city of Cordoba in the state of Veracruz Mexico was founded in 1618 as a fort to protect the Spanish against the attacks of the black slaves, and on 1821 the Independence treatises where sign here that recognized the independence of the Mexico and the end of the war.
166.7
268.3
2674 ft.
Cordoba Veracruz Mexico
The region of Cordoba in the State of Veracruz Mexico is well know for it's coffee production.
168.3
270.9
2484 ft.
Highway Intersection
Highway Intersection to Cuichapa Veracruz Mexico.
170.8
274.8
2244 ft.
Highway Intersection
Highway Intersection to La Tinaja Veracruz Mexico.
179.5
288.9
1362 ft.
Toll Booth
Toll Booth.
180.1
289.8
1325 ft.
Highway Exit to Cuitlahuac Veracruz Mexico
Highway Exit to the town of Cuitlahuac in the state of Veracruz, Mexico.
198.4
319.2
210 ft.
Atoyac River
Atoyac River.
198.7
319.8
338 ft.
Highway Exit to Minatitlan city
Highway Exit to Minatitlan city in the state of Veracruz Mexico.
203.8
328.0
207 ft.
Highway Bridge over road to Mata Pionche
Highway Bridge over road to Mata Pionche, and Cotaxtla Town in the state Veracruz Mexico.
207.4
333.7
121 ft.
Cotaxtla River
Cotaxtla River, Veracruz.
209.0
336.3
226 ft.
U turn
U turn.
221.0
355.6
66 ft.
River Bridge
River Bridge.
223.0
358.9
75 ft.
Jamapa Veracruz Mexico
Village of Jamapa, in the State of Veracruz Mexico.
223.1
359.1
56 ft.
Jamapa River
Jamapa River.
224.1
360.6
52 ft.
Gas Station
Gas Station.
226.7
364.9
49 ft.
Highway Intersection with highway 180
Highway Intersection with highway 180 Paso del Toro and San Julian villages in Veracruz Mexico.
231.7
372.9
23 ft.
Veracruz City, Veracruz Mexico
Veracruz City, Veracruz Mexico is well known for the warmth of it's people, known as "Jarochos". The traditional music is a trademark in this city like the Salsa, the Danzon y the Marimba. Places worth visiting are the Cathedral, the Mail building, Venustiano Carranza lighthouse, the Aquarium, The Zamora Park, the Handcrafts Plaza
231.8
373.0
23 ft.
Terminus Veracruz, Veracruz Mexico
Terminus city of Veracruz the capital city in the state of Veracruz Mexico. It's name comes from the time the Spanish landed on this territory, April 22 1519, being this a Friday one of the most important catholic dates, when is remembered that Jesus died in the cross, the day of the cross.