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.
A historic landmark built in 1910 to mark the 100th anniversary of the Mexican independence. Nowadays is a meeting point for massive events in the city
Aquí podrás tomar muchas fotos que complementaran tu viaje y a solo 10 minutos caminando.
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…
A most see of Méxicos most beautiful street. Paseo de la reforma. Is full of beautiful landmarks and art. Don't miss it.
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.
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“It's my favorite sightseeing spot in the city. If you're into The Crown, it's a MUST.”
“Take the Metrobus (Campo Marte direction) and drop off in Antropología Station. The Museum is at your right”
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“You can visit this monument from its basement to the top level and have a wonderful view of the neighborhood. Nearby you will also find good restaurants and bars. ”
“If you are looking for a museum, this is the right place. Not only because of its breathtaking architecture, the collections inside are so impressive as well. It offers around 3 centuries of American, European art.”
“Created in 1905 and based on Petit Palais de París is one of the most Stunning buildings México has to offer, it has a one of a kind tiffany iron curtain of 22 tons of opal crystals. The building itself is a work of art weighing over 115,000 kg of stone and marble, it houses the opera, orquesta and occasional ballet/ folkloric dance shows”