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Loteria Nacional building, La Reforma, Mexico : Stock Photo
Mexico City's Art-deco National Lottery building is one of the first skyscrapers in Mexico City, the El Moro Building, was built here to accommodate the National Lottery. The building was inaugurated in 1945

Loteria Nacional building, La Reforma, Mexico

Credit: Hans Neleman
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Mexico City's Art-deco National Lottery building is one of the first skyscrapers in Mexico City, the El Moro Building, was built here to accommodate the National Lottery. The building was inaugurated in 1945
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