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Cemetery of San Fernando

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Address: Puente de Alvarado and Vicente Guerrero, Mexico City, Mexico
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This small cemetery holds the remains of many of Mexico's 19th-century...

This small cemetery holds the remains of many of Mexico's 19th-century elites, including President Benito Juárez.

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Very Old Tombs and Heroes resting place

An incredible tour between the tombs of several Mexican heroes and famous people from the 19th. Century. reading the epitaphs your mind begins reconstructing the life of those... read more

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 19 January 2012

An incredible tour between the tombs of several Mexican heroes and famous people from the 19th. Century. reading the epitaphs your mind begins reconstructing the life of those buried there

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