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Delhi to get a bit of mexico

 MPost |  2013-09-16 21:05:42.0  |  New Delhi

Delhi to get  a bit of mexico

To mark the years of artistic, political and economic exchanges between India and Mexico, a replica of The Arch of Labna will be installed at The Garden of Five Senses on Monday. The initiative has been taken by Government of Delhi, Delhi Tourism and Transportation and Development Corporation.

The original Arch of Labna was created by Mayan civilization.  The word Labna means 'abandoned house'. The style of all the original structures is defined by a Mayan architectural style characterised by stone mosaic architectural ornaments. 

Delhites will soon have their own replica of Labna to admire. To offer a unique experience to the visitors a cycle track will also be introduced for the public. The project was conceived by Julio Faesler, former Ambassador of Mexico to India. 

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