Mexico City It is the capital of the country and the main economic center of the area. It is the richest, most expensive and most populous city in the country and the largest urban agglomeration in the world, with 28,720,916 inhabitants.
The weather It ranges from temperate to humid cold and alpine tundra in the highest parts of the southern ranges. The cold season is from May to November and the rains usually occur between the months of June and August.
Downtown and Reforma Buildings
Most of the city's inhabitants are Creole (descendants of Europeans), and mestizos (people with mixed European and indigenous descent). Despite the fact that in relative numbers the indigenous population does not represent more than one percent of the total population of the capital, the federal District It is the largest area of the Amerindian population in Mexico and America with more than 360,000 indigenous of almost all ethnic groups in the country. The delegations with the largest number of indigenous people are: Milpa Alta, Xochimilco, Tláhuac, Iztapalapa and Cuauhtémoc.
The language dominant in the Federal District is the Spanish. This is spoken by the vast majority of the inhabitants of the capital. The great ethnic diversity in the Federal District results in a great linguistic diversity. Virtually all indigenous languages of Mexico They are spoken in Mexico City, however, the majority are Nahuatl, Otomi, Mixtec, Zapotec, and the Mazahua language.
Palace of the fine arts
Most of the inhabitants declare themselves Catholics. However, the number of Catholics in the Federal District it has been reduced in important numbers. While towards the 1960s, more than 90% of the population of the Federal District professed this religion, at the beginning of the 21st century, the proportion is only 80%.
Regarding the public transport, the most important thing is the subway. Backbone of the network of connections, has 11 lines and 175 stations.
Archaeological ruins in the Plaza de las Tres Culturas
The Federal District is home to important national holidays, ranging from the secular celebration of Independence Day in the Zócalo to religious festivals such as the Representation of the Passion of Jesus in Iztapalapa,  the Day of the Dead in Míxquic  or pilgrimages to the Basilica of Guadalupe.  All these events They attract hundreds of thousands of people from all over the country and from abroad to the capital.
Latin American Tower
As far as gastronomy refers, there are numerous prepared food restaurants and also others with international and haute cuisine. There are also important establishments dedicated to Mexican gastronomy from all regions of the country. Finally, it hosts important gastronomic events such as Mole National Fair, held the first three weeks of October.
Paseo de la Reforma
Places of interest you cannot miss
- National Auditorium
- Palace of Fine Arts
- Presidente Masaryk Avenue
- Paseo de la Reforma
- Juárez Avenue
- La Nacional Building
- Anahuac Tower
- Latin American Tower
- Castle chapultepec
- WTC Tower
- Guadalupe Aqueduct
- Major Tower
- Aztec stadium
- Ermita Building
- Constitution Plaza
- Forest of Aragon
- Manuel Tolsá Square
Biggest City (Population Of Urban Agglomerations From 1950 to 2035) (December 2021)