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Was du in Mexiko-Stadt unternehmen kannst

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“This world-class museum stands in an extension of the Bosque de Chapultepec. Its long, rectangular courtyard is surrounded on three sides by two-level display halls. The 12 ground-floor salas (halls) are dedicated to pre-Hispanic Mexico, while upper-level salas show how Mexico’s indigenous descendants live today, with the contemporary cultures located directly above their ancestral civilizations. The vast museum offers more than most people can absorb in a single visit.”
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“The National Museum of History, located in the highest part of Bosque de Chapultepec, occupies the historic Castillo de Chapultepec. This property was built between 1785 and 1787, designed as a resting place by order of Viceroy Bernardo de Gálvez. Over time its uses have been diverse: from the headquarters of the Military College, the scene of battles during the US invasion, the imperial residence of Maximilian and Carlota, to the presidential residence.”
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“The park is very large, stretching over 1,600 acres (4 square km), it is separated into three distinct sections. First section: You'll find the zoo, Chapultepec Castle (which houses the National History Museum), the National Anthropology Museum, Modern Art Museum, Tamayo Museum, and an artificial lake with boats for rent among other attractions in the first section. Second section: Has an amusement park called La Feria de Chapultepec Mágico, as well as several museums including the Papalote children's museum and Natural History Museum, a few lakeside restaurants, and Mexico's national cemetery and several impressive fountains and public art. Third section: Made up mostly of natural areas with wooded areas and wildlife.”
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“Parque México, also known by its official name Parque General San Martín, is a park in Mexico City, located in the Hipódromo Condesa neighborhood, in the Cuauhtémoc district. It is known for its proximity to Mexico Avenue. It is distinguished by its architecture and art deco decoration. It was built in 1927 on the layout of the horse racing track of the Jockey Club of Mexico as the central site of the new colony. It works as a meeting, meeting and entertainment place within the Condesa neighborhood, especially for walking dogs.”
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“Great outside architecture. It hosts a good collection of Rodin's and Dali's. Pieces belong to the private collection of Mr. Carlos Slim, one of the most prominent Mexican businessman. Great for photos of the site. Next to the Aquarium and to the Jumex Museum.”
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“Walk down Avenida Reforma to see all the famous monuments, have access to lots of bar, restaurants and cafes and end at Bosque de Chapultepec - the city's biggest park. There are lots of museums and the Chapultepec Castle within its grounds so we recommend taking a day to explore. (Closed Mondays) ”
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“The Palace of Fine Arts of Mexico is the most important cultural center of the country and has been declared an artistic monument by UNESCO. It is, therefore, a building of great importance that has seen artists from the likes of Luciano Pavarotti pass through its stage. INSIDE THE DIEGO RIVERA MURALS ARE LOCATED”
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“Antara Fashion Mall is a gorgeous open air shopping mall that drips in glamour, with a selection of designer stores and some elegant boutiques. Open daily from 11 am to 23 pm.”
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Sublocality Level 1
“This National park is famous for gathering around museums, restaurants and historical buildings, a place you'd love to be in touch with nature! in the city.”
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“One of the most iconic parks in Mexico City, right next to the Palacio de Bellas Artes. ”
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History Museum
“The Great Temple or Great Temple of Mexico is an enclosure that includes a series of constructions, buildings, towers and a patio, the physical space where they were located, surrounded by a wall that had doors that gave access to the main roads of the city. .”
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Für Athleten & Sportler
“Coyoacan tree nursery is a perfect spot for start your day, either running or walking its 2 kilometer track”
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“Great contemporary arts museum! The cafeteria has a wonderful view of the Chapultepec Park... great fro breakfast at the park and then visiting the museum.”
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Point of Interest
“A Downtown's classic. There are some cafes, restaurants, bar and a museum underneath the Monumento a la Revolución. ”
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“Very busy, very quick, downtown. Everything going on. Like any huge city downtown be careful, do not attract unnecessary attention. Visit: Templo Mayor, Dulcería Celaya, Torre Latino lookout, Museo Franz Mayer and other museums, Café de Tacuba, Palacio de Bellas Artes Palace of Fine Arts, House of Post office, Zocalo Central Plaza, Calle Madero, Casa de Los Azulejos...”
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