Paseo de la reforma

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Content
 Background, history
 Accomodation

 Restaurantes
 Baking shoppings  Embaisses

 Museums
 Monuments

 Chapultepec Park
 Entertainment centers

Historical Background

Second Empire 1863-1867

Historical Background

Restored Republic (1867-1877)

Reforma today

Accommodation

Hotels: Four Season Marriot Fiesta Americana Camino Real María IsabelSheraton Nikkon Mexico Presidente Intercontinental

Hotel Services

Banking and shopping services

Money exchange

Bolsa Mexicana de Valores

Torre Mayor. Conference center

Shopping center

Banks

Embassies
•France •German •United State of American •United Kingdom •Japan •Colombia •South Africa •Chile

Museums

Localization, Antropology museum

Is the biggest museum inlatin america. It has de biggest collection of pre-columbian art in the world.

You can see the art collection that is divide into 24 tematic rooms, for example the aztec room, the mayan room, the teotihuacan room and other. The mexican architect Pedro Ramírez Vázquez designed this museum. That opened on september 17th, 1964.

Museum Rufino Tamayo

Localization of Museum Rufino Tamayo This museum opened it’s doors in 1981, since 1986 it is part of the National Red of Museums and is administreted by the “Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes”. It has 315 works of art which are representative of the artistical production from the second half of the XX century. The works of art were part of the private collection of Olga and Rufino Tamayo, and they give it to the mexicans. Museum Modern Art

The building of the Modern Art Museum was designed by Pedro Ramírez Vázquez. And it opened in 1964.
The museum has four rooms with the names of four important characters from the mexican cultural enviroment of the XX century: Xavier Villaurrutia, Carlos Pellicer, Antonieta Rivas Mercado, José Juan Tablada. The museum has algo the Fernando Gamboa’s galery.

The museum show tothe visitors the mexican modern art (1895-1955); the art collection of this museum is conformed by the works of art from: David Alfaro Siqueiros, José Clemente Orozco, Diego Rivera, Rufino Tamayo, Frida Kahlo, Lilia Carrillo, and others.

Bower with monuments
 The monument

of

 Sculpture “el caballito”
 The monument to Jose

Independence  The fountain of Diana the huntress  Themonument to Cristopher Columbus  The monument to Cuauhtemoc

de San Martin  The monument to Simon Bolivar  The monument Cuitlahuac  The fountain of Petroleum

Localization of monuments and scultures

Monument of Independence, before

Monument of Independence, today

Angel of Independence

Column of Independence

The original statue of Diana the Huntress in the forties,with flap

Diana the Huntress in it is original place in the street Rhone River

Fountain of Diana the huntress

Fountain of Diana the huntress, today

Columbus Monument in the early twentieth century

Monument to Cristopher Columbus, today

The Monument to Cuauhtemoc in the early twentieth century

Bas relief which appears on the side of the monument showing the slaughter ofCuauhtemoc.

Monument to Cuauhtemoc

Monument to Cuauhtemoc

The statue of the Horse in 1869 and 1920

New design of the sculpture of Caballito, today

The equestrian statue of General Joseph de Saint Martin

The statue of Simon Bolivar, to the right it is in the assembly process

Monument Cuitlahuac

The Statue of Cuitlahuac in North Paseo de la Reforma.

Fountain ofPetroleum in 1962

Rich sculptural set the Fountain of Petroleum, today

The Fountain of Petroleum and the current urban today

Monument to Heroes children

Chapultepec Park
The earliest traces of human activity in Chapultepec date back more than three thousand years, these populations of the Preclassic preferred place for the purity of its water and its variety of animal species....
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