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One of the most important historical munuments of Mexico, a holy place for the Mexican people. It is also the mausoleum of many heroes of the Mexican Revolution of 1910, Pancho Villa, F. Madero, Plutarco Calles, V, Carranza, L. Cardenas
It was commissioned by Diaz in 1910 and after he was removed they continued this tallest triumphal arch and it is impressive square like many in Mexico City. Like many in the Reforma area it is worth seeing and it seems that it is also...More
All we wanted to do was to take the elevator to the top, enjoy the view and take the elevator back down, sounds simple right?
We paid the full (highest amount) and you get a bracelet with "6" points of reference. To get to the...More
There were two price ranges where you can see a bit more if you pay more. I liked that paying money forced me to look at and read more stuff to get my money's worth. It was okay, maybe a little small for a thing...More
Loved this area. The monument is lovely and you can sit for hours watching people, sipping coffee. At night again with it all lit up you can hear music at the bars and sip your mescal. Spent a lot of time there
The monument was once the projected capitol of Mexico. The Mexican revolution broke and the construction of the palace stoped and later became abandoned. Today it hosts a museum and magnificent place to visit. Access is for a fee and the ride on the scenic...More