Not much to tell. When you head from the Belle Arti to the Cathedral, step in and take a picture, it is a beautiful building
Walk in and meander around. Edificio de Correos is a functioning building, so it is interesting to imagine its beginnings at the beginning of the 20th century, and how it is still as busy today as it was then, in our 21st century. I went after 5 pm, and I noticed all the hundreds of bicycles lined up, ready for... More
The architecture is fabulous! Not a place to spend a lot of time, but el Palacios de Bellas Artes is across the street, and so it the Latin American Tower, which has an observation area for views of the city.
The design of this building and the stairs in particular are unique. The elevators are also worth seing. You travel in time to see a post office now that everything is email! Anyone that cares for arquitecture will love being there.
If you happen to visit Mexico City do not forget to go to this beautiful building. There are original booths in which still people send mail like in the old times. But the stairs in the middle of the patio are the key of the construction. The location is easy to find, it is on the right side hand of... More
The Postal or Correos Building in the center of Mexico City is one the most impressive pieces of architecture in the world. The elaborate craftsmanship of it building equals that of any in Florence and the inside remind you of Peter the Greats Gold Palace in St. Petersburg. In the middle of awe and wonder you can still send a... More
This building (the Mexican mail) is a gem, the staircase railings are beautiful, and the facade is imposing. I definitely recommend spending here at least half an hour on your way to el Museo Nacional, other museums in the "Centro Historico", and El Zocalo.
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