Historic Center of Mexico City and Xochimilco a unesco world herritage site

The historic center of Mexico and Xochimilco is situated in the capital of Mexico. The historic center was built in the 16th century by the Spanish on the ruins of Tenochitlan, the old Aztec capital. Mexico City is now one of the world’s largest and most densely populated cities. It has five Aztec temples, the ruins of which have been identified, a cathedral and some fine 19th and 20th century public buildings such as the Palacio de las bellas artes.

This is one of the biggest cathedrals of the continents.
The God sun.

This site it's a cultural place to walk and know about the Mexican culture.

here one of the oldest buildings

This place it's important because it had a lot aztec temples and the roots of Mexico

the temple major

This site need protection because it's the center of Mexico and it's very important for the history of Mexico, and if the place is neglected probably the next generation don't known about these beatiful culture.

gangs try to burn the cathedrals

to visit this wonderful place just need to travel to the capital of Mexico and then take a metro or taxi to "El Zocalo"

system of transportation routes.

Also there is a lot of hotels around the city.

Visit Mexico city if you want to live an amazing experience of real history


Created with images by Arian Zwegers - "Xochimilco, trajinera boats" • Ari Helminen - "Zocalo Mexico city" • katiebordner - "el zocalo" • Pablo Linares. Amateur Photographer. - "En el Centro Histórico" • Arian Zwegers - "San Cristobal de las Casas, Santo Domingo church" • krebsmaus07 - "Mexicanistas en el Zócalo (Mexico City)" • Candy Tale - "Letrero del Sistema de Transporte Colectivo - Metro - Del Distrito Federal" • rodro - "bellas artes building mexico"

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