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Reloj Monumental, Pachuca

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Dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the start of the Mexican War of Independence, Reloj Monumental, is one of the best known symbols of Pachuca. Built between 1904 and 1910, the clock tower stands at 40 m (131 ft) tall, and has machinery identical to that of the Big Ben in London. The tower, made from white stone in a neoclassical style, contains four levels. The first level has four doors and provides access to the building, while the second floor has two separate balconies overlooking the plaza. Inspect the clock's machinery on the third level, then hear the sounds of bells ringing from the fourth and final floor. Put Reloj Monumental on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Pachuca trip itinerary maker.
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  • In the parking lot, basement lounge for free events where we saw play several very good groups.
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  • One of the jewels porfiristas (inaugurated on the occasion of the centenary of independence) more emblematic of Mexico. Unforgivable to lose it and upload to it.
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  • It is a must-see in the city of Pachuca, beautiful place, pass the taxi and I had to return me to observe it carefully, since at that time us dirijiamos to Huasca de Ocampo, was worth the returned, we were delighted.
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  • Nice place
  • El mejor atractivo turístico de Pachuca.
  • Puedes tomar unas fotos excelentes.
  • Esta bien
  • Super night quiet... only families taking pictures and walking
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