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Hemiciclo a Juarez, Mexico City

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  • Located in the Avenue of the same name (Av. Juárez), this construction pays tribute to former Mexican President Benito Juárez. The House, located in the Alameda Central, consists of 12 pillars and in the Center a sculpture of Juarez crowned with laurels for the country and accompanied by a second which gives representation to the law. The House is in very good condition and with constant vigilance of police officers who are around the place.
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  • Ordered the construction in 1910 to pay homage to Benito Juárez, native Oaxacan's humble birthplace, by his countryman Porfirio Díaz, who at the time was also (as it was Juárez) President of Mexico. Maybe everyone knows the phrase "respect foreign law is peace", but few are pleased to know that both Oaxacan come together in this wonderful monument. Nestled in the Southern Center of the Alameda Central, it is one of the stops for photo and enjoy one of the many monuments that we inherited from the Porfirio Diaz era.
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  • It was built in honor of former President Benito Juarez. Built in 1910 by orders of the President of the President of Mexico Porfirio Díaz. It is a work of the architect Guillermo Heredia and sculptures that the creation of the Italian Lanzzaroni adornanson. This built in carrara marble. It was inaugurated on September 18, 1910. The top can be seen Benito Juaarez, being crowned by the homeland of the law. Style, neo-classical, semicircular Greek inspiration.
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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