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    Rampa de Acceso al Castillo de Chapultepec

    The Castillo de Chapultepec was built between 1780 and 1790, constructed on top of an Aztec fortress with panoramic views of the city. The gardens surrounding the ...

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    Plaza de las Americas 1

    In 1531, a man named Juan Diego claimed he saw a vision of the Virgin Mary. The local bishop Friar Juan de Zumárraga was skeptical and asked for proof. Diego had a second ...

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    Paseo de la Reforma y Calzada Ghandi

    Opened in 1968, this museum is one of the best of its kind. A gigantic statue of the water god Tláloc , weighing approximately 200 tons, is poised near the entrance ...

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    Londres 247

    This was home to the enigmatic painter Frida Kahlo (often called "the paintbrush of angst") where she occasionally lived with her husband Diego Rivera. Personal objects such as jewelry, unfinished ...

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    Antiguo Canal Cuemanco

    A living testimony to the canals of Mexico before the conquest, Xochimilco also attests to the period of the Vice-royalty. Meaning "Land of Flowers," it is a landscape of 176 ...

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    Plaza de la Constitución

    Hernán Cortes, the conqueror of Mexico, built this government palace on the site of Moctezuma's residence. The National Palace (Palacio Nacional) that we see today dates back to 1693, although a floor ...

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    Avenida Constituyentes 268

    When traveling with children, "The Kite" Museum (in the Nahuatl language, butterfly ) is an ideal place to visit. Opened in 1993 the museum offers a hands-on, interactive ...

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    Plaza de la Constitución s/n

    The Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitana) is one of the most important historical buildings in Mexico City. Construction was started at the beginning of the 18th century and ...

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    Avenida Juárez y Eje Lázaro Cárdenas 1

    In 1904 the construction of the Palacio de Bellas Artes began on the remains of the Santa Isabel convent. Porfirio Diaz had wanted to inaugurate it in 1911, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of ...

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    Seminario 8

    In 1519, when the first Spaniards marched into the city of Tenochtitlán, it was the heart of the Aztec Empire. Founded on a lake island in 1325, the city was the ...