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Ciudad Universitaria, Mexico City

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Visit the World Heritage Site Ciudad Universitaria--the main campus of National Autonomous University of Mexico--the largest university in Latin America. The vast "University City" was built in the 1950s and encompasses the Olympic stadium and 40 faculty buildings, as well as a couple museums. Wander the paths and gardens of the campus, built on an ancient lava bed, admire the modern urban architecture, or admire the large murals on the Rectorate and Library buildings. Put Ciudad Universitaria and other Mexico City attractions into our Mexico City trip builder, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • In the University City, is the Mausoleos del Ángel. In this cemetery are buried, Don Ramon Valdez, M. television your keys. It is worth visiting.
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  • The University is 30 km from downtown Mexico City. Great Wall University building. Worth going a little distance there is!
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  • Visited on a beautiful day where everyone was outside playing and hanging out. What a wonderful way to admire the works of art. Check out the explanations online before visiting so you can admire the ...  more »