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Hemiciclo a Juarez, Mexico City
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  • Jemisiklo translates as a semicircle. This simplified name established in the language of the inhabitants of Mexico City and moved in guidebooks. This maniacal monument was built, oddly enough in the last year of the dictatorship of Porfirio Díaz's political opponent. The style of the monument are deliberately not consistent with the core policies of Juarez, by the way, the first and the last Indian as President of Mexico. On the monument there is a biblical Angel, while Benito Juárez, Liberals, carried out a consistent policy of secularism (separation of Church and State, the nationalization of church property, a ban for priests to be elected to Congress). The monument is on the ruling coalition party exclusively-South side of Alameda Park-the eponymous Street Juárez, linking the Paseo de la Reforma and Zocalo square.
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  • Monument to the first President of Mexico, the Indian-sapoteku, Benito Juárez is located in the Alameda Park. The President is known for his liberal reforms, after whom is named after Central Avenue in Mexico City. Is a high pedestal with a semicircular Colonnade of white marble. On the pedestal of the figure of a sitting President, the two figures behind him-Angel and goddess of Justice. At the foot of the monument to sit two lions. It looks like it is a favorite place among townspeople. When we were there, saw a lot of people in front of this monument.
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  • The Hemicycle to Juarez is an interesting monument in terms of its historical context, however, currently does not offer much more attractive; Plus is has returned very popular for those groups that is manifest in that sector of the city.
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  • Bonito lugar uwu
  • It jus catches you're eye when your passing by. Very beautiful monument!
  • Excellent looking of this monument after the repair works in the whole Alameda park.
  • Cool looking monument