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Clock Design Exhibit Opens at Franz Mayer Museum

By THE PULSE NEWS MEXICO STAFF As part of a broader commemoration of 75 years of bilateral diplomatic relations between Switzerland and Mexico, the Swiss Embassy in Mexico City is sponsoring a 26-piece exhibit of watch and clock designs at the Franz Mayer Museum. The exhibit, titled “Design around the Clock,” presents pieces of watchmaking made between 2015 and 2020.

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Longines Captures Timeless Spirit of Adventure

By THÉRÈSE MARGOLIS Back in early 19th century, Auguste Agassiz, the soft-spoken second son of a conservative Protestant family that had, for centuries, lived in same rural Swiss village of Agiez, near Lake Neuchatel, in the mountainous canton of Vaud, decided to break with tradition and move to the western canton of Bern. For Auguste – who, it had been

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Timeless Pieces of Time

By THÉRÈSE MARGOLIS     For some people, a watch is nothing more than a convenient body adornment that comes in handy for not missing the bus or being on time for a business meeting. For others, it is a precision mechanical instrument that represents a legacy of artistic expression and creative engineering that serves as a personal statement of who the wearer is and what

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