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"The Square of the 3 Cultures" is a space in Mexico City with an important cultural, historical, political and architectural value. The name "3 Cultures" is in recognition of the 3 periods of Mexican history reflected by buildings in the plaza: aztec ruins (ca.1400), Spanish colonial(1600), and a massive housing complex (1964). In addition to this...the open space and surroundings of this square are a memorial to the students and civilians killed in this square by military and police in the so called "Tlatelolco Massacre"(1968) after their demonstration against the oppressive government.

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