The main square of Mexico City is massive and flanked by at least two grand edifices, the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Palacio Nacional. It has a gargantuan flag post flying gigantic Mexican flag. Each evening the authorities put on a ritual of lowering the flag and as the humongous bandera is taken down and away, the sides of the square are lined by servicewomen and servicemen, who stand still saluting until the flag is gone. Despite the city’s poor safety record, the Zocalo is safe.
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