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Ruins of the ancient Aztec empire in the middle of historic downtown Mexico City.
A ver touristy place, you can find the ruins of the main temple of the Mexica
It is crazy to think that Spaniards came and built over the prehispanic cities, but that is exactly what happened. Mexico is the merge of two cultures and this place is the best representation on that.
Templo Mayor (translation: main temple) was the centerpiece of Tenochtitlán, the ancient Aztec capital, constructed in 1325 in the marshes of Lake Texcoco.
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“The Metropolitan Cathedral of Mexico City is one of the largest centers of worship of the Catholic religion and seat of the Archdiocese of Mexico. Its value is not only religious but also architectural and artistic as it is the sum of colonial and colonial art.”
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“Great place to grab lunch when visiting the Centro Historico, amazing views and good Mexican food, definitely check it out if you're downtown.”
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“Great typical Mexican food, a long time favorite of both travelers and locals.”
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“Casual, relaxed "fancy" taquería, a bit of an upgrade from Los Cocuyos because of the premises, good for pastor tacos and "huaraches". ”
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“A sanctuary of the Catholic Church, dedicated to the Virgin Mary in her invocation of Guadalupe. One of the most important pilgrimage sites of Catholicism, the basilica and tilma (cloak) are visited by millions of people every year.”
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