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Treasures of a Nation, Not Fodder for an Ad (Mexico City Journal)

Date: May 27, 2008
Author: Marc Lacey
QUOTE: But the institute did have an issue with Ms. Castillo’s wearing Mexico’s patrimony on her curvaceous form. Whether it was the stone Atlantes in Tula de Allende or the old aqueduct in Padre Tembleque or the former convent in San Nicolás Tolentino, imprinting one of Mexico’s treasures on a soap opera star was deemed a violation of the law.

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