Alameda Central is a public urban park in downtown Mexico City. Created in 1592, the Alameda Central is the oldest public park in the Americas. It is located in Cuauhtémoc borough, adjacent to the Palacio de Bellas Artes, between Juarez Avenue and Hidalgo Avenue.
The Angel of Independence, most commonly known by the shortened name El Ángel and officially known as Monumento a la Independencia ("Monument to Independence"), is a victory column on a roundabout on the major thoroughfare of Paseo de la Reforma in downtown Mexico City.
The Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe (Spanish: Basílica de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe) is a Roman Catholic church, basilica and National shrine of Mexico in the north of Mexico City. The shrine was built near the hill of Tepeyac where Our Lady of Guadalupe is believed to have appeared to Saint Juan Diego Cuauhtlatoatzin.
The Central Library of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), is the main library in the Ciudad Universitaria Campus. It holds one of the largest collections in Mexico, with a multidisciplinary approach for all the university courses from the adjacent faculties.
Chapultepec Zoo (Spanish: Zoológico de Chapultepec) is a zoo located in Chapultepec Park; it is one of four zoos near Mexico City, and the best known Mexican zoo. It was founded July 6, 1923 by Mexican biologist Alfonso Luis Herrera using donations from private citizens and governmental funds from the Ministry of Agriculture and Development, and also with funds from the Society of Biological Studies.
Av. Balderas y Plaza la Ciudadela, Col. Centro Histórico Mexico City, Mexico. Market Types: Craft market. Getting There The nearest metro is Balderas. Leaving the metro, walk a minute or two north through the street stalls along Avenida Balderas until you reach the entrance of the market.
Cuajimalpa de Morelos ( kwa 'ximalpa (help · info)) (more commonly known simply as Cuajimalpa) is one of the 16 boroughs of Mexico City. It is located on the west side of the Federal District in the Sierra de las Cruces mountains which separate Mexico City from the State of Mexico.
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The Centro Histórico de la Ciudad de México (English: Historic Centre of Mexico City English: Historic Center of Mexico City), also known as the Centro or Centro Histórico, is the central neighborhood in Mexico City, Mexico, focused on Zócalo or main plaza and extending in all directions for a number of blocks, with its farthest extent being west to the Alameda Central.
Por lo tanto, queda estrictamente prohibida cualquier forma de maltrato, violencia o segregación hacia el personal y entre el personal en materia de apariencia física, cultura, discapacidad, idioma, sexo, condición social, económica, de salud o jurídica, embarazo, estado civil o conyugal, religión, opiniones, origen étnico o nacional.
Underlying the plaza and monument, the spruced-up Museo Nacional de la Revolución covers a 63-year period, from the implementation of the constitution guaranteeing human rights in 1857 to the installation of the post-revolutionary government in 1920.
The Museo Nacional de las Culturas (MNC; National Museum of Cultures) is a national museum in Mexico City dedicated to education about the world's cultures, both past and present. It is housed in a colonial-era building that used to be the mint for making coins.
Museo Rufino Tamayo is a public contemporary art museum located in Mexico City’s Chapultepec Park, that produces innovative international contemporary art exhibitions, using its collection of modern and contemporary art, as well as artworks from the collection of its founder, the artist Rufino Tamayo.
Museum Memory and Tolerance (Mexico City) The Museum Memory and Tolerance (Museo Memoria y Tolerancia) seeks to spread respect for diversity based on the historical memory of the genocide. The exhibitions makes use of Holocaust and multimedia presentations.
Parque Hundido (official name is Parque Luis G. Urbina) is an urban park located in Benito Juárez, Mexico City. Its sunken landscape makes it an ideal noise-isolated spot for relaxation. Its site was occupied by the brick-making company Ladrillera Nochebuena from the mid 19th century until the beginning of Porfiriato, when the brick company moved away and the site became an empty depression.
Santo Domingo in Mexico City refers to the Church of Santo Domingo and its Plaza, also called Santo Domingo. Both are located three blocks north of the Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral following Republica de Brasil Street with Belisario Dominguez Street separating the two.
Hotel Plaza Garibaldi has an on-site ATM and the staff at the hotel’s 24-hour reception can provide information about Mexico City. Garibaldi Metro Station is just 800 feet away, and the central Zocalo Square is a 15-minute walk away. The Agave y Tequila Museum is also close by.
The name Pyramid of the Sun comes from the Aztecs, who visited the city of Teotihuacan centuries after it was abandoned; the name given to the pyramid by the Teotihuacanos is unknown. It was constructed in two phases. The first construction stage, around 100 CE, brought the pyramid to nearly the size it is today.
Zona Rosa is a neighborhood in Mexico City which is known for its shopping, nightlife, gay community, and its recently established Korean community. The neighborhood is officially part of the Colonia Juárez colonia or official neighborhood, located just west of the historic center of Mexico City.