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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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  • I walked the entire length of the street on my own after visiting the Frida Kahlo Museum. The architecture is colorful, manicured + charming. Beautiful painted address tiles and signage. Fruit carts o...  more »
  • Coyoacan's historic center and nearby neighborhoods are filled with homes built from the colonia era to the middle of the 20th century, many of which have been catalogued for their historic value. Man...  more »
  • It is one of the most beautiful streets of the city. It was built in the colonial era and ends in the plaza Hidalgo, where lies the parish of San Juan Bautista and the House's cuts. It is a typical colonial, with narrow sidewalks and cobblestone Street. Along the street there are still many houses which were built around 17th century (such as the casa de Alvarado), as well as many convents. In one of its sections, the plaza de Santa Catarina, also meets their respective church, which is a gem! Very much worth a walk across the street, which begins at the bridge and the Church of Panzacola and ends in the arches of the plaza Hidalgo.
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