Hospital de Jesus Nazareno, Mexico City
(4.1/5 based on a few reviews on the web)
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  • Just a few metres from where the Spanish conqueror Hernán Cortes and Moctezuma Aztec Emperor, were for the first time will stand Jesús Nazareno Church and hospital. Although the facade of the hospital is of mid of the century XX, the patio interior maintains the structure original of the first third of the century XVI, of type Extremadura. In the adjacent church rests in a humble niche the remains of Hernán cuts, who indigenous nationalism more stupid still denying you statues.
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  • Talk about arrival of Hernán cuts to the new Spain, it would be impossible not to mention the meeting of himself with the Emperor Montezuma in the heart of the new CDMX and right in this corner is the first hospital in Latin America a stunning architecture and a haven of peace your indoor garden there is a bust of the same Hernán Cortés and opposite just across the street in the church his remains do not say more I love history in my country, well worth a whole morning to know both the hospital and the Church
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  • The Hospital is not attractive on the outside you have to walk a passage to enter and then changes dramatically: A courtyard with a central fountain and garden surrounded by arches and columns on two floors give appearance of Colonial House. There is a plaque in memory of the first dissections performed by students from the Royal Pontifical University of Mexico. In front of the staircase is which would be the only bust of Hernan Cortes that I have knowledge exists in Mexico and the recognition of it as a founder in 1524 of the Hospital. On the second floor you can admire a mural that represents the meeting between Moctezuma Emperador Mexica with Hernán Cortés (according to the tradition here is development); as well as scenes of medicine Prehispanic. Visit suggestions: La grave de Cortes in the adjoining Church of Jesus of Nazareth. The Temple of Ehecatl on the nearby Metro Pino Suárez station. Enjoy the visit to this Hospital that continuously worked for centuries... and if it is useful this contribution presents a "click".. .the life is a journey!
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  • I've got a ankle surgery so far I'm very please with the service i start my therapy tomorrow nice people. Very caring.
  • Beautiful place!
  • It is a hospital complex and nursing school. Founded in 1524, is today a private assistance institution. The original hospital building is hidden by the new façade, built in 1934. After going through the main entrance, access to the courtyard, whose ground floor and disposal is supposed date back to the 16TH century. It is a landscaped quad. This is divided in two by the stairs overlooking the first floor, which is a contemporary mural that summarizes the history of Hernán Cortés and the conquest of Mexico. It is a haven of peace, silence and stillness in the midst of the hubbub outside of the city of Mexico, Mexico City.
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  • Good attention. And as data curious there are remainders of Hernán Cortés.
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  • The Jesus Hospital is the oldest in the American continent. Its construction was ordered by Hernán Cortes to the attention of its soldiers in the struggle of the Spanish conquest. Currently, continues working as hospital and has with medical of very high level. In its interior there is a central courtyard surrounded by very beautiful arches. Don't forget to visit it and admit it when they go to the historic center of Mexico City.
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