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Slide 1: Campeche Slide 2: Campeche The State of Campeche is located in the southwest of the Yucatan peninsula and southeast of the Mexican Republic. Campeche has a surface of 56,858.84 square km., which is approximately equivalent to the 2.9% of the National territory. Slide 3: Campeche The State of Campeche is located in the southwest of the Yucatan peninsula and southeast of the Mexican Republic. Campeche has a surface of 56,858.84 square km., which is approximately equivalent to the 2.9% of the National territory. Campeche is a State with deep historical roots. The whole surface that occupies the territory was settled, developed and flourished by ancient Mayan civilizations, which also decayed. The Mayans were known through fantastic chronicles and stories told by traveler groups, browsers and those fond of Mexican archaeology. Considered as the only populated harbor, and with easy inland access, Campeche was the point in which started the expansion towards Yucatan. Because of its richness, commercial traffic between the discovered lands and Europe, but also to the conflicts between the Old World countries such as England, France and Holland against Spain, giving birth to Pirates. Slide 4: Campeche The State of Campeche is located in the southwest of the Yucatan peninsula and southeast of the Mexican Republic. Campeche has a surface of 56,858.84 square km., which is approximately equivalent to the 2.9% of the National territory. Campeche is a State with deep historical roots. The whole surface that occupies the territory was settled, developed and flourished by ancient Mayan civilizations, which also decayed. The Mayans were known through fantastic chronicles and stories told by traveler groups, browsers and those fond of Mexican archaeology. Considered as the only populated harbor, and with easy inland access, Campeche was the point in which started the expansion towards Yucatan. Because of its richness, commercial traffic between the discovered lands and Europe, but also to the conflicts between the Old World countries such as England, France and Holland against Spain, giving birth to Pirates. The first invasion that Campeche suffered was in 1559, by French pirates. These attacks were frequent, either by pirates, corsairs and filibusters. Because of these frequent attacks, the people of Campeche sought assistance from the Royal Spanish Crown for the construction of a defense system. The village began constructing the walls enclosing a little more than 40 blocks of land. This wall was an irregular polygon with 8 sides and a rampart in each vertex, and four doors that communicated to the exterior. Slide 5: Campeche The State of Campeche is located in the southwest of the Yucatan peninsula and southeast of the Mexican Republic. Campeche has a surface of 56,858.84 square km., which is approximately equivalent to the 2.9% of the National territory. Campeche is a State with deep historical roots. The whole surface that occupies the territory was settled, developed and flourished by ancient Mayan civilizations, which also decayed. The Mayans were known through fantastic chronicles and stories told by traveler groups, browsers and those fond of Mexican archaeology. Considered as the only populated harbor, and with easy inland access, Campeche was the point in which started the expansion towards Yucatan. Because of its richness, commercial traffic between the discovered lands and Europe, but also to the conflicts between the Old World countries such as England, France and Holland against Spain, giving birth to Pirates. The first invasion that Campeche suffered was in 1559, by French pirates. These attacks were frequent, either by pirates, corsairs and filibusters. Because of these frequent attacks, the people of Campeche sought assistance from the Royal Spanish Crown for the construction of a defense system. The village began constructing the walls enclosing a little more than 40 blocks of land. This wall was an irregular polygon with 8 sides and a rampart in each vertex, and four doors that communicated to the exterior. In Mexico there are five states that form the Mayan world: Chiapas, Tabasco, Campeche, Yucatan and Quintana Roo. The name of Campeche is derived from the Mayan word “Can” that means snake and “Pech” that can be a last name or a tick, and the prefix “Ah” that means place. Slide 6: Campeche The State of Campeche is located in the southwest of the Yucatan peninsula and southeast of the Mexican Republic. Campeche has a surface of 56,858.84 square km., which is approximately equivalent to the 2.9% of the National territory. Campeche is a State with deep historical roots. The whole surface that occupies the territory was settled, developed and flourished by ancient Mayan civilizations, which also decayed. The Mayans were known through fantastic chronicles and stories told by traveler groups, browsers and those fond of Mexican archaeology. Considered as the only populated harbor, and with easy inland access, Campeche was the point in which started the expansion towards Yucatan. Because of its richness, commercial traffic between the discovered lands and Europe, but also to the conflicts between the Old World countries such as England, France and Holland against Spain, giving birth to Pirates. The first invasion that Campeche suffered was in 1559, by French pirates. These attacks were frequent, either by pirates, corsairs and filibusters. Because of these frequent attacks, the people of Campeche sought assistance from the Royal Spanish Crown for the construction of a defense system. The village began constructing the walls enclosing a little more than 40 blocks of land. This wall was an irregular polygon with 8 sides and a rampart in each vertex, and four doors that communicated to the exterior. In Mexico there are five states that form the Mayan world: Chiapas, Tabasco, Campeche, Yucatan and Quintana Roo. The name of Campeche is derived from the Mayan word “Can” that means snake and “Pech” that can be a last name or a tick, and the prefix “Ah” that means place. The city of Campeche, which is the major tourism product of the state, besides its beautiful colonial architecture, has consolidated much of its military architecture and now day the fortress San Carlos has been established as the city museum, the rehabilitation of the light and sound show at the land wall, the new streetcar of the city; all together constitutes actions of great value for the naming of our city as “Cultural Patrimony of Humanity”, also the studies for the tourism development of Calakmul and the application of the studies on quality and competitive contributed on the awarding in the year 1999 as well. Slide 7: Campeche The State of Campeche is located in the southwest of the Yucatan peninsula and southeast of the Mexican Republic. Campeche has a surface of 56,858.84 square km., which is approximately equivalent to the 2.9% of the National territory. Campeche is a State with deep historical roots. The whole surface that occupies the territory was settled, developed and flourished by ancient Mayan civilizations, which also decayed. The Mayans were known through fantastic chronicles and stories told by traveler groups, browsers and those fond of Mexican archaeology. Considered as the only populated harbor, and with easy inland access, Campeche was the point in which started the expansion towards Yucatan. Because of its richness, commercial traffic between the discovered lands and Europe, but also to the conflicts between the Old World countries such as England, France and Holland against Spain, giving birth to Pirates. The first invasion that Campeche suffered was in 1559, by French pirates. These attacks were frequent, either by pirates, corsairs and filibusters. Because of these frequent attacks, the people of Campeche sought assistance from the Royal Spanish Crown for the construction of a defense system. The village began constructing the walls enclosing a little more than 40 blocks of land. This wall was an irregular polygon with 8 sides and a rampart in each vertex, and four doors that communicated to the exterior. In Mexico there are five states that form the Mayan world: Chiapas, Tabasco, Campeche, Yucatan and Quintana Roo. The name of Campeche is derived from the Mayan word “Can” that means snake and “Pech” that can be a last name or a tick, and the prefix “Ah” that means place. The city of Campeche, which is the major tourism product of the state, besides its beautiful colonial architecture, has consolidated much of its military architecture and now day the fortress San Carlos has been established as the city museum, the rehabilitation of the light and sound show at the land wall, the new streetcar of the city; all together constitutes actions of great value for the naming of our city as “Cultural Patrimony of Humanity”, also the studies for the tourism development of Calakmul and the application of the studies on quality and competitive contributed on the awarding in the year 1999 as well. Investment Opportunities Slide 8: Campeche The State of Campeche is located in the southwest of the Yucatan peninsula and southeast of the Mexican Republic. Campeche has a surface of 56,858.84 square km., which is approximately equivalent to the 2.9% of the National territory. Campeche is a State with deep historical roots. The whole surface that occupies the territory was settled, developed and flourished by ancient Mayan civilizations, which also decayed. The Mayans were known through fantastic chronicles and stories told by traveler groups, browsers and those fond of Mexican archaeology. Considered as the only populated harbor, and with easy inland access, Campeche was the point in which started the expansion towards Yucatan. Because of its richness, commercial traffic between the discovered lands and Europe, but also to the conflicts between the Old World countries such as England, France and Holland against Spain, giving birth to Pirates. The first invasion that Campeche suffered was in 1559, by French pirates. These attacks were frequent, either by pirates, corsairs and filibusters. Because of these frequent attacks, the people of Campeche sought assistance from the Royal Spanish Crown for the construction of a defense system. The village began constructing the walls enclosing a little more than 40 blocks of land. This wall was an irregular polygon with 8 sides and a rampart in each vertex, and four doors that communicated to the exterior. In Mexico there are five states that form the Mayan world: Chiapas, Tabasco, Campeche, Yucatan and Quintana Roo. The name of Campeche is derived from the Mayan word “Can” that means snake and “Pech” that can be a last name or a tick, and the prefix “Ah” that means place. The city of Campeche, which is the major tourism product of the state, besides its beautiful colonial architecture, has consolidated much of its military architecture and now day the fortress San Carlos has been established as the city museum, the rehabilitation of the light and sound show at the land wall, the new streetcar of the city; all together constitutes actions of great value for the naming of our city as “Cultural Patrimony of Humanity”, also the studies for the tourism development of Calakmul and the application of the studies on quality and competitive contributed on the awarding in the year 1999 as well. Investment Opportunities Slide 9: Campeche The State of Campeche is located in the southwest of the Yucatan peninsula and southeast of the Mexican Republic. Campeche has a surface of 56,858.84 square km., which is approximately equivalent to the 2.9% of the National territory. Campeche is a State with deep historical roots. The whole surface that occupies the territory was settled, developed and flourished by ancient Mayan civilizations, which also decayed. The Mayans were known through fantastic chronicles and stories told by traveler groups, browsers and those fond of Mexican archaeology. Considered as the only populated harbor, and with easy inland access, Campeche was the point in which started the expansion towards Yucatan. Because of its richness, commercial traffic between the discovered lands and Europe, but also to the conflicts between the Old World countries such as England, France and Holland against Spain, giving birth to Pirates. The first invasion that Campeche suffered was in 1559, by French pirates. These attacks were frequent, either by pirates, corsairs and filibusters. Because of these frequent attacks, the people of Campeche sought assistance from the Royal Spanish Crown for the construction of a defense system. The village began constructing the walls enclosing a little more than 40 blocks of land. This wall was an irregular polygon with 8 sides and a rampart in each vertex, and four doors that communicated to the exterior. In Mexico there are five states that form the Mayan world: Chiapas, Tabasco, Campeche, Yucatan and Quintana Roo. The name of Campeche is derived from the Mayan word “Can” that means snake and “Pech” that can be a last name or a tick, and the prefix “Ah” that means place. The city of Campeche, which is the major tourism product of the state, besides its beautiful colonial architecture, has consolidated much of its military architecture and now day the fortress San Carlos has been established as the city museum, the rehabilitation of the light and sound show at the land wall, the new streetcar of the city; all together constitutes actions of great value for the naming of our city as “Cultural Patrimony of Humanity”, also the studies for the tourism development of Calakmul and the application of the studies on quality and competitive contributed on the awarding in the year 1999 as well. Investment Opportunities Slide 10: Campeche The State of Campeche is located in the southwest of the Yucatan peninsula and southeast of the Mexican Republic. Campeche has a surface of 56,858.84 square km., which is approximately equivalent to the 2.9% of the National territory. Campeche is a State with deep historical roots. The whole surface that occupies the territory was settled, developed and flourished by ancient Mayan civilizations, which also decayed. The Mayans were known through fantastic chronicles and stories told by traveler groups, browsers and those fond of Mexican archaeology. Considered as the only populated harbor, and with easy inland access, Campeche was the point in which started the expansion towards Yucatan. Because of its richness, commercial traffic between the discovered lands and Europe, but also to the conflicts between the Old World countries such as England, France and Holland against Spain, giving birth to Pirates. The first invasion that Campeche suffered was in 1559, by French pirates. These attacks were frequent, either by pirates, corsairs and filibusters. Because of these frequent attacks, the people of Campeche sought assistance from the Royal Spanish Crown for the construction of a defense system. The village began constructing the walls enclosing a little more than 40 blocks of land. This wall was an irregular polygon with 8 sides and a rampart in each vertex, and four doors that communicated to the exterior. In Mexico there are five states that form the Mayan world: Chiapas, Tabasco, Campeche, Yucatan and Quintana Roo. The name of Campeche is derived from the Mayan word “Can” that means snake and “Pech” that can be a last name or a tick, and the prefix “Ah” that means place. The city of Campeche, which is the major tourism product of the state, besides its beautiful colonial architecture, has consolidated much of its military architecture and now day the fortress San Carlos has been established as the city museum, the rehabilitation of the light and sound show at the land wall, the new streetcar of the city; all together constitutes actions of great value for the naming of our city as “Cultural Patrimony of Humanity”, also the studies for the tourism development of Calakmul and the application of the studies on quality and competitive contributed on the awarding in the year 1999 as well. Investment Opportunities Slide 11: Campeche The State of Campeche is located in the southwest of the Yucatan peninsula and southeast of the Mexican Republic. Campeche has a surface of 56,858.84 square km., which is approximately equivalent to the 2.9% of the National territory. Campeche is a State with deep historical roots. The whole surface that occupies the territory was settled, developed and flourished by ancient Mayan civilizations, which also decayed. The Mayans were known through fantastic chronicles and stories told by traveler groups, browsers and those fond of Mexican archaeology. Considered as the only populated harbor, and with easy inland access, Campeche was the point in which started the expansion towards Yucatan. Because of its richness, commercial traffic between the discovered lands and Europe, but also to the conflicts between the Old World countries such as England, France and Holland against Spain, giving birth to Pirates. The first invasion that Campeche suffered was in 1559, by French pirates. These attacks were frequent, either by pirates, corsairs and filibusters. Because of these frequent attacks, the people of Campeche sought assistance from the Royal Spanish Crown for the construction of a defense system. The village began constructing the walls enclosing a little more than 40 blocks of land. This wall was an irregular polygon with 8 sides and a rampart in each vertex, and four doors that communicated to the exterior. In Mexico there are five states that form the Mayan world: Chiapas, Tabasco, Campeche, Yucatan and Quintana Roo. The name of Campeche is derived from the Mayan word “Can” that means snake and “Pech” that can be a last name or a tick, and the prefix “Ah” that means place. The city of Campeche, which is the major tourism product of the state, besides its beautiful colonial architecture, has consolidated much of its military architecture and now day the fortress San Carlos has been established as the city museum, the rehabilitation of the light and sound show at the land wall, the new streetcar of the city; all together constitutes actions of great value for the naming of our city as “Cultural Patrimony of Humanity”, also the studies for the tourism development of Calakmul and the application of the studies on quality and competitive contributed on the awarding in the year 1999 as well. Investment Opportunities Slide 12: Campeche The State of Campeche is located in the southwest of the Yucatan peninsula and southeast of the Mexican Republic. Campeche has a surface of 56,858.84 square km., which is approximately equivalent to the 2.9% of the National territory. Campeche is a State with deep historical roots. The whole surface that occupies the territory was settled, developed and flourished by ancient Mayan civilizations, which also decayed. The Mayans were known through fantastic chronicles and stories told by traveler groups, browsers and those fond of Mexican archaeology. Considered as the only populated harbor, and with easy inland access, Campeche was the point in which started the expansion towards Yucatan. Because of its richness, commercial traffic between the discovered lands and Europe, but also to the conflicts between the Old World countries such as England, France and Holland against Spain, giving birth to Pirates. The first invasion that Campeche suffered was in 1559, by French pirates. These attacks were frequent, either by pirates, corsairs and filibusters. Because of these frequent attacks, the people of Campeche sought assistance from the Royal Spanish Crown for the construction of a defense system. The village began constructing the walls enclosing a little more than 40 blocks of land. This wall was an irregular polygon with 8 sides and a rampart in each vertex, and four doors that communicated to the exterior. In Mexico there are five states that form the Mayan world: Chiapas, Tabasco, Campeche, Yucatan and Quintana Roo. The name of Campeche is derived from the Mayan word “Can” that means snake and “Pech” that can be a last name or a tick, and the prefix “Ah” that means place. The city of Campeche, which is the major tourism product of the state, besides its beautiful colonial architecture, has consolidated much of its military architecture and now day the fortress San Carlos has been established as the city museum, the rehabilitation of the light and sound show at the land wall, the new streetcar of the city; all together constitutes actions of great value for the naming of our city as “Cultural Patrimony of Humanity”, also the studies for the tourism development of Calakmul and the application of the studies on quality and competitive contributed on the awarding in the year 1999 as well. Investment Opportunities Sales: Limestone ventas@limestone.com.mx Tel.+52 (999) 944-2545

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