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The Torre Latinoamericana is the most popular viewing platform of the few there are in Mexico City. It’s a favorite destination for visitors from abroad, and you’re just as likely to meet longtime residents on your way up.
At 44 stories, the skycraper stands at 166 meters in height and extends some distance into the lakebed and bedrock beneath the city. It was the tallest building in the city from 1956 until 1982 when the Pemex Tower opened.
It’s famous worldwide as the first skyscraper successfully built in a highly active seismic zone.
Current occupants include the Museo del Bicentenario, the Miralto restaurant, a permanent and temporary exhibitions, a café and the most famous viewing platform in the city.
Quick facts on the Building
Carlos Obregón Santacilia's mysterious banking building helps to explain the Monument to the Revolution.