Francisco Sosa Avenue, Mexico City

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  • Excellent street tree-lined and its conditions of dimensions and quantity of houses of colonial architecture, it seems at times that you find yourself in the Mexico of end of the 19th century, including some buildings retain the structures used to tie to the horses. I recommend to start the tour in the chapel of San Antonio de Padua also known as Panzacola (folding right coming from University Avenue) where it begins this avenida Francisco Sosa, is what used to be a beautiful bridge and although now looks in the I forgot, it is relevant that this scene is part of a pictorial work of 1861 work of the Italian painter Eugenio Landesio. The street continues with an environment of houses and trees, include the House of the Fonoteca, La Casa del Sol (where Venustiano Carranza compiled an important part of the Constitution of 1917); The House where he lived and died the writer Octavio Paz, La Casa Alvarado etc. The hike is nice and perceived safety to make it, takes you to the Central Plaza in Coyoacan, where there are restaurants, bars, ice cream parlors etc. If the Avenue you will find cobblestone would be fabulous, cobble detract from the site. Enjoy this avenue where it seems that has stopped time. LIFE... is a trip!
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  • It is one of the oldest streets of the city, adjoins the center of Coyoacan exactly to the Centenary Garden with its fountain of Coyotes; whether you start the tour from here or Av University, you'll find that it is a beautiful empedrada Street with old houses and old trees that bring one vibrating special. While you're walking I recommend entering the National Museum of the watercolor, the various houses of culture where they present works and you can even take a workshop, the Fonoteca Nacional and its garden, plaza de Santa Catarina, etc. The place is enjoyed more during the day at night can be very lonely.
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  • It is the most famous and photographed street of Coyoacan and San Angel links. We didn't traveled all but we were limited to a scant kilometer practically the part with the most interesting colonial mansions stopping at Centennial Garden. Definitely worth seeing for entering the atmosphere of the place. Hurry up tourism advances. It is still a very popular residential area.
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