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This is one of the most emblematic main squares in Mexico City. It has the three cultures: Prehispanic, Colonial, and modern Mexico.
The archeological site is really nice, but the most amazing thing is the church of Saint James, built in 1606. It is the third oldest church in Mexico.
This site has had a hard time through the ages with the conquest by the Spanish and now urbanization. It is surrounded by what appears to be public house but I felt it was a safe neighborhood. As far as the site, the exposure of the Lovers skeletons is pretty neat. Next door (south) is the museum which is a...