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Francisco Sosa Avenue, Mexico City

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Francisco Sosa Avenue is located in Mexico City. To visit Francisco Sosa Avenue and other attractions in Mexico City, use our Mexico City vacation route planner.
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  • It is one of the avenues of Coyoacán, where bed very old and beautiful, are also bakeries, cafes and restaurants that are worth knowing.
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  • This was the main entrance to reach the village of Coyoacán, in past centuries. By that the antiquity of its wonderful trees and several of the houses that can be visited, being centers or cultural institutions. I suggest that after having rested in the center of Coyoacan (in the Garden Hill), it goes on foot along this street. Not only is beautiful by its paved and shaded by huge trees but because you can enter the beautiful courtyard of Fonoteca Nacional. Octavio Paz lived in this House (the Government, provided it is when the Department of the poet burned), but is actually a large house from the 16th century, which says it was owned by one of the conquerors. There are so many places you can spend three hours going in and out: Plaza de Santa Catarina, the chapel of San Antonio de Padua, the "House of the Sun", the Museum of the watercolor, the Italian Institute of culture. Forced, stop at the number 4, a mansion that once belonged to one of the lieutenants of Hernán cuts, which gives an idea of the antiquity of the place and the proximity of the Spaniards with the Arab culture. In short, a beautiful journey for anyone who wants to "live" the neighborhood of Coyoacan.
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  • A colorful Street, where the gardens, House of culture and their houses will make this unique tour... Don't miss the House of culture of Italy in Mexico as well as the COLEF.
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