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Here we stumbled into a tour guide who gave us a fantastic walking tour of the Zona Colonial afterwards. The Pantheon itself is nice to see if you’re in the Calle Las Damas anyway, but I wouldn’t go the extra mile just for it.
This nearly three hundred year old building has unique history. From being used originally as a church , to a warehouse, a theater, and now a national mausoleum. Definitely worth a visit to see the history.
I live to see all historical site but this visit was not even worth it, when walking in the "soldiers" that were suppose to be guarding the entrance ask me for money with is low for them actually to do since they are the to...More
Beautiful architecture and murals. Rich mahogany woodwork throughout. Several national heroes are interred here, so the place is pin-drop quiet which is a nice change from the rest of the colonial zone. While we were touring, we got to see the changing of the guard...More