Paseo de la Reforma

Paseo de la Reforma Avenue

Paseo de la Reforma

All along Reforma, the city’s finest avenue, stand important monuments, such as the lofty Angel of Independence and the fountain depicting Diana, goddess of the hunt. Shops, malls, restaurants, and museums line the boulevard. Just a bit further, where Reforma crosses Juárez avenue, rises the Monument to the Mexican Revolution. Porfirio Díaz ordered the creation of this landmark which became a monument to the Mexican Revolution, and now is home to the National Museum of the Revolution. This museum’s crypts hold the remains of figures such as Villa, Madero, Carranza, and Cárdenas. 




Avenida Paseo de la Reforma, Juárez, Ciudad de México, CDMX, México

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