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Terminus Viaducto and Calzada de Tlalpan , Mexico city
This is at the crossroad of two main avenues in Mexico City: Viaducto going east to west and Calzada de Tlalpan North to South. continuing north one arrives to Mexico City historical downtown where many of the most important buildings can be visited, in the zocalo, the Cathedral, the Government palace, the Templo Mayor, (ruins of the Azteca city) among museums and other cultural sites and hundreds of restaurants and many hotels.
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0.9
Xola subway station, Mexico city, Mexico

1.1
1.8
Villa de Cortes subway station, Mexico city, Mexico

1.7
2.7
Nativitas subway station, Mexico city, Mexico
Nativitas subway station in Mexico city, Mexico. This subway is considered the second-largest metro system in North America after the New York Subway.
2.4
3.8
Portales subway station, Mexico city, Mexico
The Mexico City Metro or subway has 11 lines, numbered from 1 to 9 with different colors and the letters A and B, This one,Portales subway station is the number two blue
2.9
4.7
Ermita metro station, Mexico city, Mexico
Ermita metro station is the route 2 being the second of the network, blue is the color that identifies it and runs from north to south and west to east, turning at the city center. It starts at the border of the city and the Estado de M?xico and ends in the south of Mexico city
3.2
5.2
Avenue Intersection Rio Churubusco and Tlalpan, Mexico city, Mexico.
Avenue Intersection Rio Churubusco and Tlalpan Ave, Mexico city, Mexico.
4.2
6.8
Tasque?a subway station, Mexico city, Mexico
Tasque?a subway station, Mexico city, Mexico is the terminus point of the subway and a urban bus station
7.1
11.5
Azteca Stadium, Mexico city, Mexico
Football Soccer Azteca Stadium the home for the Mexico city's football team the American Eagles. Mexico City Mexico
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13.5
Intersection
Avenue intersection with the beltway (periferico) and Tlalpan Avenue
9.4
15.2
Exit to Highway 95D to Cuernavaca city
Mexico city Exit to Highway 95D to Cuernavaca city
11.2
18.1
Military college, Mexico City, Mexico.

12.5
20.1
Toll booth
Toll booth In Mexico city exist a program for driving restrictions known as "No Circula" (today don't drive your car) Is important to be aware of the parameters of this program and avoid breaking the law: every day is a restriction for driving depending on the termination number of the license plate On Monday, 5 and 6. Tuesday 7 and 8. Wednesday 3 and 2. On Thursday 1 and 3 and on Friday 9, 0 as well as permits. the program has expanded to the Saturday, and from 5am to 11am no foreign plates are allow to circulate every day. (exceptions are emergency cars)
17.0
27.3
San Miguel Topilejo, DF, Mexico
San Miguel Topilejo, DF outside Mexico city, Mexico.
21.8
35.1
El Crucero, Distrito Federal, Mexico
El Crucero, Distrito Federal, Mexico.
27.3
43.9
State Border line, Distrito Federal and Morelos, Mexico
State Border line, Distrito Federal and Morelos, Mexico.
30.9
49.8
Tres Marias village, Morelos Mexico
Tres Marias, Morelos Mexico a good place to make a stop and enjoy some of Mexican cuisine like the delicious 'quesadillas
34.2
55.0
Coajomulco, Morelos Mexico
Coajomulco, Morelos Mexico.
39.1
62.9
No brake emergency exit
No brake emergency exit right before a dangerous highway curve.
41.8
67.2
Exit to Tepoztlan, Morelos, Mexico.
Exit to Tepoztlan, Morelos, Mexico. In this place you will find archeological sites, hiking trails and a lot of natural beauty
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75.1
Cuernavaca city, Morelos, Mexico
Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico Also known as the 'City of ethernal spring', this city has many diverse interesting places to visit like the Cortes Palace, with its 450 years of existence; the archeological site of Teopanzolco near the city center; the Borda Garden, one of the few colonial gardens still in existence; the Cathedral, declared patrimony of humanity by the UNESCO.
47.6
76.6
Highway Exit to Tetela
Highway Exit to Tetela located on the slopes of the Popocatepetl volcano.
48.1
77.4
Cuernavaca city, Morelos, Mexico
Cuernavaca city is the capitla in the state of Morelos, Mexico. In the Nahuatle language this place was known as the site of trees. The city attracts tourists from all around the world for its art, history, and Spanish language schools. Several interesting excursions can be made to nearby attractions that are easily managed within a two-hour, in the city drive is worth visiting The Cathedral which dates from 1552
48.6
78.2
Highway Exit to Teopanzolco, Morelos Mexico
Highway Exit to Teopanzolco, Morelos Mexico.
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84.6
Shoping mall, Galerias Cuernavaca, Morelos Mexico
Shoping mall, Galerias Cuernavaca, Morelos Mexico.
54.0
86.9
Highway intersection highway 160
Highway intersection highway 160 to Yautepec, Morelos, Mexico.
54.9
88.4
Ecological Park Chapultepec Cuernavaca
Ecological Park Chapultepec Cuernavaca, in the city of Cuernavaca, Morelos Mexico a beautiful place with zoo and playgrounds.
55.9
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Residential area and Gulf Court, Cuernavaca, Morelos Mexico
Residential area and Gulf Court Los Tabachines, Cuernavaca, Morelos Mexic.
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91.3
Highway Intersection
Highway Intersection.
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Highway Exit to Tres de Mayo, Morelos Mexico
Highway Exit to Tres de Mayo, Morelos Mexico.
60.0
96.6
Highway Exit to Temixco, Morelos Mexico
Highway Exit to Temixco, Morelos Mexico a place with waterparks Balneario Ojo de Agua and Balneario Ex Hacienda de Temixco, with slides, pools, hotsprings, playgrounds, restaurant and more. Also the Archeological site of Xochicalco, a very important site with wonderful buildings worth visiting.
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ITESM Cuernavaca campus
University ITESM campus in Morelos Mexico.
63.2
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Highway Exit to Cuernavaca Airport
General Mariano Matamoros Airport (CVJ) that handles national and international air traffic for the city of Cuernavaca, Morelos Mexico
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106.4
Cuentepec river
Cuentepec river.
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106.7
U turn
U turn.
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110.2
Apuyeca, Morelos Mexico
Apuyeca, Morelos Mexico.
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111.6
Highway Intersection
Highway Intersection and Exito to Alpuyeca village, Xoxocotla and Jojuta villages, Morelos Mexico.
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111.7
Toll booth
Toll booth.
74.9
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Highway Exit to Taxco, Guerrero Mexico
Highway Exit to Taxco, Guerrero Mexico.
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123.0
El Abanico, Morelos Mexico
El Abanico, Morelos Mexico.
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Puente de Ixtla, Morelos Mexico
Puente de Ixtla, Morelos Mexico.
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124.8
Chalma river bridge
Chalma river bridge.
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San Gabriel las palma, Morelos Mexico
San Gabriel las palma, Morelos Mexico.
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Amacuzac town, Morelos Mexico
Amacuzac town, Morelos Mexico.
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Amacuzac river
Amacuzac river.
84.6
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Casahuatlan village, Morelos Mexico
Casahuatlan village, Morelos Mexico.
87.0
140.0
State Border line, Morelos and Guerrero Mexico
State Border line, Morelos and Guerrero Mexico.
90.8
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Zacapalco village, Guerrero Mexico
Zacapalco village, Guerrero Mexico.
90.9
146.3
Highway Exit to Taxco city, Guerrero Mexico

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Highway Exit to toll highway
Highway Exit to toll highway.
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Toll booth
Toll booth.
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168.9
View point stop
View point stop.
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Terminus, Taxco Guerrero Mexico
Terminus, The city of Taxco in the state of Guerrero Mexico, is the most ancient miner settlement in the continent and is recognized worldwide for the silversmith workshops. Every saturday the silversmiths gather in a street market to sell their products. This is a beautiful colonial city, with many tourist attractions to visit as the San Bernardino ex convent, The Borda house, the Humboldt house, the Juan Ruiz de Alarc?n, and Figueroa house, The Santa Prisca temple, San Miguel Temple, San Bernardino temple, and ex haciendas. Also the cable railway.