Realizado como una columna honoraria rematada con una estatua de la Victoria Alada sosteniendo una corona de laurel y una cadena rota de tres eslabones, esta columna a su vez sobre un pedestal escalonado completado por diferentes estatuas e inscripciones alegóricas a la independencia de México.
The independence monument is in the middle of Reforma Avenue, it is a must if you are visiting Mexico City
One of the top city landmarks. Walking distance from Bosque de Chapultepec following Reforma avenue.
The Independence Monument or Column of Independence colloquially known as El Ángel or El Ángel de la Independencia, is located in Mexico City, at the roundabout located at the confluence of Paseo de la Reforma, Tiber River and Florence.
This monument has a special attraction as it is in the middle of Reforma Avenue. Usually weekends there will be a lot of photo shots near this ( especially the quinceañera) It’s great to sit here in the evenings.. enjoy the sunset while observing the increase in flashing car lights around the…
The Angel of Independence, most commonly known by the shortened name El Ángel and officially known as Monumento a la Independencia ("Monument to Independence"), is a victory column on a roundabout on the major thoroughfare of Paseo de la Reforma in downtown Mexico City.
The Angel of Independence and the whole Paseo de la Reforma (Reforma Avenue) is a must if you are visiting Mexico City. Since it was built in 1865, it was called the mexican Champs Elysee and it is actually way bigger than the original Champs Elysee. It has monuments, restaurants, boutiques,…
Aquí podrás tomar muchas fotos que complementaran tu viaje y a solo 10 minutos caminando.
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“¡a Castle! built to be the home of the Spaniard Viceroys, is an amazing place with fantastic views of the Bosque de Chapultepec. ”
“The Museum of Anthropology is the most visited museum in the country, containing one of the world’s largest collections of Mayan artifacts, from pre-Columbian Mexico and pre-Hispanic civilizations up to the time of the Spanish conquest. The museum is located in a building designed by Pedro Ramirez Vazquez in 1963; a piece of architectural artwork itself. A single column supports the renowned umbrella roof, symbolizing the three important pre-Hispanic symbols of a mythological tree, eagles and jaguars.”
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“This monument contains the tombs of the revolutionary and post-revolutionary heroes Pancho Villa, Francisco Madero, Venustiano Carranza, Plutarco Elías Calles and Lázaro Cárdena”
“Un lugar excelente para visitar pintura, escultura, obras de arte todo en un mismo y moderno museo/ An excellent modern museum that counts with paintings, sculptures, and artworks all at the same beautiful place ”