Formerly known as the Plaza de la Concepción, this attractive little plaza is well worth a visit. At one corner you can ... More
Plaza de la Conchita
Formerly known as the Plaza de la Concepción, this attractive little plaza is well worth a visit. At one corner you can see the Casa de la Malinche (or Casa Colorada), which was built by the conquistador Hernán Cortes for his Aztec interpreter cum lover: however, the building is not open to the general public. On the eastern side of the plaza is the Capilla de la Conchita (the Chapel of Conchita), a pretty little Baroque church that dates back to the 18th century.
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 Zone 1 of the city, this park is surrounded by important monuments such as Palacio Nacional, Catedral Metropolitana,
Biblioteca Nacional (national library), Archivo General de Centro America (Central America General Records Office), Portal del Comercio and Parque ...
La Plaza de la Independencia is located at the heart of the historic quarter of the city. It was from
this around this square that the city was planned in 1535. Facing the square are the Palacio de Gobierno, ...