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|Monumento Al Meztizaje Mexicano|
|Bahia de Chetumal|
| - unused|
| - conference|
| - lighthouse|
| - monument|
| - museum|
| - observation|
| - restaurant|
| - retail|
| - showroom|
| - highrise|
| - truss|
| - statue|
Original design: Sebastián (Enrique Carvajal)
Developer: Secretaria Estatal de Infraestructura y Transporte (SINTRA)
Engineering: Torg S.A. de C.V. / Guillermo Tena
Constructors: Romsega Diseño y Construcción S. A de C.V.
Cost: 250 million pesos
The original design of the sculpture includes a museum, a planetarium, an aquarium, a conference's room, a restaurant-lookout point, a commercial and exhibition area, as well as three elevators and the main viewpoint with telescopes, conceived as a functional architectural figure of 72 meters in height, geometric mix between the modern and pre-Hispanic, with a spatial shape that evoked a X directed to the space, unfinished by years and finally modifiyed to finalize the construction works.
Reference info: http://www.arquitecturaenacero.org/proyectos/objetos-y-mobiliario-urbano/monumento-al-mestizaje
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