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Went to the Monumento y de la Revolucion while in Mexico City. Was very cool and unique. When you get to the top it’s a beautiful view of the city. Then you take the stairs down and see and learn about it. A must if...More
This monument is great for several reasons, not least of which is that you get into the bones and hidden nooks and crannies of this structure. You also learn about a fascinating period in Mexican history. Views from the top are spectacular.
The museum was informative on how the monument was built and the modern art display on war was thought provoking. The views from the top were gorgeous and a great place to take photos or just have a coffee which I did.
The structure was going to be the biggest capitol building in the world! Larger than the one in Washington DC.
Unfortunately the revolutionary war broke out and it could not he finished. However instead of being left to rot, an architect decided to turn it...More
Even thought there is an elevator in the middle of the monument that takes you up, you still have a lot of climbing to do on some very twisting stair cases. There are views from three different levels - so you don't have to go...More
Like most of the places in Mexico City, this place was sparse on English translation. But with google translate we were able to get the general history displayed in the museum. Nice view of the city in all directions. I got confused and missed going...More
We stayed in a hotel nearby and as well as visiting the monument, we could see if from our room. It was extremely beautiful lit up at night. It’s worth a quick visit to take some pictures and stroll through the surrounding area, however you...More
Its impossible to miss, especially whilst riding the Historic Center topless tourer. Located in Plaza de la Republican, this triumphal arch it commemorates the Mexican revolution of 1910. The expanse of the plaza is as impressive as the height of the arch, which, at almost...More
The "monumento a la revolución" is a must in CDMX.
The visit can takes only 10 minutes for a photo or you can use the elevator an go to the top, or visit the musem (1 hour visit)
In the plaza where is located, there...More