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Temple of Carmen

It is one of the most beautiful religious works in Mexico City, outside of the first painting of the city. Its wide atrium, its original wall from the seventeenth century with two facades that still proudly display the papal shield on cartouches, as well as its three domes stand out.

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Hacienda Goicoechea

It has its origin in the original property of Alonso Medina Aragonés that, after passing through different owners, was acquired by Ramón de Goicoechea in 1776, to which land purchased from the natives was annexed. The main house dates from 1692 and in the 19th century it produced pulque.

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Hellenic Cultural Institute

Transplanted to Mexico City, its elements refer to the Middle Ages: a 12th-century Romanesque cloister, a 14th-century Gothic chapel and a 17th-century Baroque door frame. The first two from Ávila, Spain, and the third from Guanajuato.

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Monument to Álvaro Obregón

Inaugurated in 1935, the monument commemorates the death of General Álvaro Obregón in 1928, which occurred in the same space when it was occupied by the La Bombilla restaurant.

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Temple of the Assumption of Mary of the town of Santa Fe

The Temple of the Asunción de María was built in the town of Santa Fé de Vasco de Quiroga in the 16th century and has a nave with a tower with a basket-shaped bell and another that was donated by Luis N. Morones. The dome was made between the 18th and 19th centuries, in the atrium it has an atrial cross and a sculpture of Vasco de Quiroga.

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Temples of the Historic Zone

San Jacinto

Our Lady of Guadalupe

From the Immaculate Conception

Saint Sebastian Martyr Chimalistac

Temples of the original Peoples

Saint Bartholomew the Apostle

Santa Rosa de Lima

The Nativity of Our Lady of Tetelpan

St. Lucia

Museums, Libraries and Cultural Centers

Former convent of Carmen

Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo House Study

Risco House Museum

The House of Two Patios INHERM

Farms, Factories and Obrajes

El Batán Mill

Mill of Belén de las Flores

Posadas Obraje

Loreto Paper Factory

Summer houses and farms

House of Rafael Martínez de la Torre

The Dolphin House

The House of Mayorazgo de Fagoaga

The Arenal Street

Squares and monuments

Archangels Square

The bridges of Chimalistac

The Hermitage or Chamber of Secrets

Plaza San Jacinto 15 and Commemorative Plaque

Commercial squares

Ignacio Mora Villamil House (Saturday Bazaar)

Plaza del Carmen 5

Villa San Jacinto

Bitterness 14

Schools and Public Services

High School 261

Pantheon Garden of Mexico

Hotel Casa San Jacinto

Colonial Bathrooms