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Ben Franklin Library

"From the People of the United States to the People of Mexico"

View of a library interior (Photo by U.S. Embassy Mexico City)

Benjamin Franklin Library (Photo by U.S. Embassy Mexico City)

The Library was established to promote friendship and understanding between Mexico and the United States by providing access to information on their bilateral relationship.

It was inaugurated in 1942 and today it serves the Mission, the Mexican Government, the Media, professors, researchers, businessmen and anyone interested in learning more about the United States.

Through our web page, access a wide collection of electronic resources on:

Education in the United States, English teaching, Information about the USA (FAQ), Law and legislation, Mexico-U.S. relationship, Politics and Government, among others.

NOTE: Information on the library site is available in Spanish only.

Contact information:

Benjamin Franklin Library
Liverpool 31
Col. Juárez
México 06600 D.F.
Main office: 5080-2089
Reference: 5080-2733

Most Visited Sites

  • NAFTA, Terrorism, Dossier
    English Language Teaching sites
    Frequently Asked Questions
    IIE TOEFL Exams
    InternetUSA publication
    Studies in the U.S.
    U.S. Elections
    Video Collection

Key Library Sites

  • Selected web pages prepared by specific topics:
    Art and Museums | Democracy | Environment | Human Rights | International Organizations | Official Publications, and more