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Mexico City Landmarks and Historic sites

Mexico City attractions: monuments and popular sights



Landmarks and Historic sites


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If a tourist has to plan his travel to Mexico, to take in the city beaches or sights, he may want to plan his itinerary to highlight these sights which he would like to see with his family and friends.  There are suggested...

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Castillo de los Templarios
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Castillo de los Templarios is a Templar residence and was originally a hill fort. Later, this historic building became a Roman citadel. This castle covers around 16,000 square meters and had even hosted the Grand...

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azteca stadium
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Azteca Stadium is a stadium situated in Mexico City and is the official home stadium of the Mexico national football team along with the Club America, the Mexican team. Built in...

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Zocalo
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Zocalo is the central square of Mexico city. The word Zocalo is derived from an Italian word which means plinth or pedestal. This central square was named Zocalo after the Mexican president order the building of a...

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Palacio De Bellas Artes
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The Palacio de Bellas Artes also known as Palace of Fine Arts is one of the ancient structures and cultural centers of Mexico. The Palacio de Bellas Artes was built in the year 1934. The palace is...

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Palacio Nacional
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The Palacio Nacional also known as the National Palace is an official residence of the Mexican president and houses the government executive branches. The structure was built in 1563 and is a three-story building...

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Torre Latino
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Torre Latino was the tallest skyscraper in Mexico at the time of its completion.From here there are panoramic views of Mexico City and the Central Square or Zocalo. It is a member of the world...

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casa de los azulejos
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The Casa de los Azulejos or the House of Tiles is a 18th century palace which was built by the Court del Valle de Orizaba family.  A must visit site in...

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Important things to carry
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Mexico City is located at high altitude, hence it gets very cold at night. Carrying warm clothes such as sweaters and jackets along with casual shorts, sneakers and trousers would help. If you are asthmatic do carry your...

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torre mayor
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The Torre Mayor is a skyscraper in Mexico City also known as the Chapultepec Tower and stands 225 meters high on the top floor with 55 stories. This is known to be the tallest building in Latin...

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Cuicuilco
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Cuicuilco is believed to be the first established farming community of the Formative period dating back to 900 to 700 BC.  This is an archeological site worth wandering whilst in Mexico City. Dominated by a...

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Address: Avenida Insurgentes Sur, Mexico City, Federal District Mexico + Share


San Jacinto Plaza
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The San Jacinto Plaza situated in the San Angel district is the town square centre which has a number of arts and crafts shopping centres, a park, restaurants and more. The Plaza was known by various...

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