Corner of Juarez and 20 de Noviembre, Mexico City 06060
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This is the main public plaza of Mexico Federal District and the epicenter for events, festivals and protests. The plaza is ... More
Plaza de la Constitución / El Zócalo
This is the main public plaza of Mexico Federal District and the epicenter for events, festivals and protests. The plaza is equally known as the Zócalo, which means pedestal. At one time destined as a monument to independence—planned but never built—the name remained and has become synonymous with the word plaza throughout Mexico. The Spaniards erected their main institutions, between the 16th and 18th Centuries, around the plaza, built on the former ceremonial site of Tenochtitlán. Daily flag ceremonies take place at 6a and 6p.
The 17th century Templo de San Diego and Convento de Santa María de los Angeles, founded in the sixteenth century,
together comprise this historical museum. The temple and convent, also known as the Convento Churubusco, served as fortresses for ...
Located in the old historical center of the city, in what were once the confines of the Sexta Inspección police
department, this museum displays the history of the local police and security forces. The permanent collection covers the period ...
Plaza de La Consitucion is a large, panoramic plaza located in front of the Palacio de la Moneda, home of
the Chilean government, right in the heart of the city. Along with the monument to Diego Portales, an important ...