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¡Visitamos la Ciudad de México!. Historic Mexico City: Zócalo 2. Templo Mayor 3. Palacio de Bellas Artes. Chapultepec Park: Paseo de la Reforma Museo Nacional de Antropología. Mexico City. El Zócalo ( en el centro de la Ciudad de Mexico).

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¡Visitamos la Ciudad de México!


Historic Mexico City:

Zócalo

2. Templo Mayor

3. Palacio de Bellas Artes

Chapultepec Park:

Paseo de la Reforma

Museo Nacional de Antropología

Mexico City


El Zócalo(en el centro de la Ciudad de Mexico)


The Zócalo is the main square and the center of Mexico city. It is the largest plaza in all the Americas.


Mexico’s flag, in the center of the Zócalo, is the largest flag on display in the world.


On the east side of the Zócalo is the Palacio Nacional, built on top of Montezuma’s palace.


Inside the palace are murals by Diego Rivera depicting the history of Mexico.


Inside the courtyard of the Palacio Nacional


On the north side of the Zócalo is the Catedral Metropolitana.


Inside the cathedral


Templo Mayor

(The ruins of largest Aztec temple built was discovered accidentally in 1978.)


Excavation of Templo Mayor


Palacio de Bellas Artes


Palacio de Bellas ArtesHome of the Ballet Folklórico


Inside the Palacio de Bellas Artes are murals by famous Mexican artists like David AlfaroSiqueiros


and José Clemente Orozco


and Diego Rivera


Chapultepec Park


Paseo de la Reforma(street linking the center of the city with Chapultepec Park)


Angel of Independence(at the center of Paseo de la Reforma)

Por el día

Por la noche


Museo Nacional de Antropología

Houses a world-renowned collection of pre-Columbian artifacts like…


The Sun Stone(an Aztec solar calendar)


Aztec goddess


El Fin¡Gracias por visitar!


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