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radioclash19

Senior Member
Spanish
Which word is better for this sentence:

sinafo’s headquarters / seat / core is Fototeca Nacional del inah, located in Pachuca, Hidalgo, in heart of the country.

Thank you!
 
  • Kelly B

    Senior Member
    USA English
    I don't know. Who or what is sinafo? Is it a proper noun (requiring capitalization)?
     

    radioclash19

    Senior Member
    Spanish
    Yes, it is a proper noun, it stands for "Sistema Nacional de Fototecas" (National System of Photographic Archives).
     

    Kelly B

    Senior Member
    USA English
    Headquarters would be fine, I think; I would probably say
    SINAFO's main office is the ... located in... in the heart of the country.
     

    ash93

    Senior Member
    England, United Kingdom - English but can speak Urdu, Memon and Hindi
    I agree with Kelly B. Headquarters sounds fine. You could also say Sinafo's major office.
     

    stranger in your midst

    Senior Member
    English / Scotland
    Or 'registered office'. 'Seat' is also used for companies, for example, by international treaties on legal jurisdiction. I've never seen 'core'.
     
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