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Polanco and Chapultepec
Chapultepec and Polanco, at first glance antagonistic, are intimately connected.
A chain of cultural venues links Chapultepec, the great lung of Mexico
City, with the rest of the city, starting with Polanco, its most cosmopolitan
neighborhood. Sit on the steps of the National Auditorium to watch all
kinds of people passing by: sportsmen, street musicians, men and women
in suits, grandparents with children, intellectuals and families.
The great Zocalo was the agora of the Templo Mayor (Main Temple) of the Aztec's
capital, Tenochtitlan; from the ruins of its palaces and temples new palaces
and new temples were built, but this time Christians. Markets continued
to be markets. The city continued to grow. Large mansions, shops and schools
were built, but fortunately the Center continued to be historic and monumental.
Today it has 67 religious monuments, 129 civil monuments, 743 valuable
buildings that must be conserved, 111 buildings with environmental value,
6 modern temples, 17 buildings linked to historical facts or characters,
78 squares and gardens, 26 fountains or memorials, 13 museums or galleries,
12 sites or buildings with mural paintings built between the 16th and 19th
centuries, and much more.
Paseo de la Reforma
Between the Alameda Central and Chapultepec lies the heart of the great Paseo
de la Reforma or Reforma for short. When we talk about Reforma, we talk
about a huge avenue framed by roundabouts that are symbols of the city:
The Angel of Independence, The Caballito and The Diana Huntress. With large
office buildings, hotels and restaurants. This is a place always busy.
It is a commercial and residential district located in the west of Mexico
City, within the delegations Cuajimalpa and Alvaro Obregon. It is the center
of greater economic activity within the Mexican capital. Located in an
area previously occupied by sand mines and sanitary landfills, it is the
base of universities, various national and foreign companies, and newly
created residential developments inhabited mainly by families of medium
and high socioeconomic status. It is considered the most modern part of
the Capital for the architecture of its skyscrapers.
Alameda Central Park
The magnificent Alameda Central is one of the gems of Mexico City. Take a
break and find a moment to appreciate the beauty of this park that was
a place of relaxation for the colonial aristocracy. Over the centuries
it has been acquiring character and charm with its fountains, its century-old
trees, its hemicycle, its walks and relaxed atmosphere, ideal for family
walks, as portrayed by Diego Rivera.
Xochimilco is a water channel with chinampas (artificial islands) and trajineras
(traditional local boats), as well as museums, markets of flowers and plants,
parishes, parks and forests. The channels of Xochimilco and the traditional
system of cultivation of chinampas are part of the Cultural Patrimony of
the Humanity. Out of its ten piers, visitors can get a ride in one of 200
colorful trajineras to travel the channel, whose routes reach the chinampas.
Along the way, the visitors can eat, celebrate with family or friends,
sing with a mariachi or simply enjoy the beautiful scenery. There are few
things in Mexico City that are as traditional as this one.
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