Hemiciclo a Juarez, Mexico City

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  • Place in Alameda Park just a few steps from the Palacio de Bellas Artes is immaculate and elegant with its white marble monument. In the Center sat Benito Juarez surrounded by angels, dominates the square and statesman from the history of the country. To see!
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  • Alameda Central Park this monument always manned by the police Memorial in character. Quick visit while visiting the historical center.
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  • This place is located in the Alameda, at night you can see youngsters dancing breakdance and some of them doing rollerskating, it is a good place to snap a selfie and to sit around watch people going ...  more »
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  • DOV:19Aug2014 This is a beautiful Greek style monument at the center of the Central Mexican Park. Its an excellent place to room around and the Arts museum is also very close-by. Have a wonderful walk and sit and relax in between.
  • A small square and statue complex to remember Juarez. Perhaps it should be smaller if people actually remembered Texas. But hard times demand hard measures.
  • Eye catching monument of Benito Juarez in a well manicured park. The palace of fine arts is nearby at the end of the park.
  • It was built in 1910 by orders of Porfirio Diaz. It is the work of the architect Guillermo de Heredia, and the sculptures of the Italian Lazzaroni. It is built with Carrara marble. In its place was the Moorish kiosk that was transferred to the district of Santa Maria la Ribera of the City of Mexico. It was inaugurated on September 18, 1910, as part of the celebrations of the centenary of Mexico's independence, in a ceremony headed by Porfirio Diaz, and the presence of the ambassadors of the United States, Spain, Argentina and Guatemala. The poet Luis G. Urbina recited a poem for the occasion.
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