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Monumento a la Revolucion, Mexico City: 11 reviews and 17 photos

 
 

From the Alameda, if you continue on Juarez beyond the intersection with the Paseo de la Reforma, you'll see the large Monument of the Revolution in the Plaza de la Republica. The monument was originally intended to be a parliamentary building, but the constructions was interrupted by the Revolution and they ended up turning into the monument you see today. Some heroes of the Revolution are buried beneath it, including the famous Pancho Villa and a few Mexican presidents.

There is a museum dedicated to the Revolution beneath the monument, but I didn't visit.

Address: Plaza de la Republica
Phone: +52 5 546-2115
Website: http://www.mrm.mx/eng/

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  • Updated Jan 1, 2006
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