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Transcript of Castle chapultepec
Arch of Cabo San Lucas
It is a rock formation in Cabo San Lucas, specifically a natural arch which is the southern tip of the come down California Peninsula. Many argue that looks like a Triceratops drinking water. The arch separates the Gulf of California from the Pacific Ocean.
It attracts many tourists to the Cabos every four years since the beach is formed of love because you can go under.
Chapultepec Castle's a palatial building located atop the hill of the same name, in the middle of Chapultepec Park, located in Mexico City, at an altitude of 2,325 meters above sea level. It was built by Bernardo viceroy of Gálvez and Madrid on the hill of Chapulín (Chapultepec is word of Nahuatl origin 'Chapulli, grasshoppers, and sod (tl), hill Chapultepetl "which means" hill of grasshoppers "or" hill of the grasshopper ").
It's the only Royal Castle in America, was built in the time of the Viceroyalty as a summer home for the viceroy, was given different uses, from gunpowder store up military academy in 1841, it was also the official residence of Emperor Maximilian I of Mexico .
Built during the colonial era, the National History Museum known Chapultepec Castle is a landmark building in Mexico City and the Republic, as it much of the history of Mexico from the XV register to XX .
Initially it was a chapel in honor of the Archangel Michael, was later gunpowder factory and home of the emperors Maximilian and Carlota.
During the government of Guadalupe Victoria it became headquarters of the Military College, so during the US invasion in 1847 was the scene of the heroic struggle of the boys Heroes.
From 1872 to 1939 he was the official residence of presidents from Sebastian Lerdo de Tejada until General Lazaro Cardenas issued a decree on December 31, 1939 making National History Museum, a condition that remains until today.