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April 30, 2008
From journal The Cathedral Metropolitana
November 1, 2002
This is a magnificent building. The Spanish used bricks and walls from the Aztec temples and pyramids which were located next to the Cathedral (now Temple Mayor). On the right of the Cathedral, there is the Sagrario Metropolitana, a small parish church, with a beautiful front. The interior of the Cathedral is also very beautiful. Especially the Altar de los Reyes is certainly a "must see".
Near the Cathedral, at Monte de Piedad, you can see a row of men. These men all represent different professions like electrician, painter, plumber, bricklayer.
So in fact it looks like a public Interim office. If you need a certain job to be done at your home, over here you can rent a handyman. I believe this is really practical.
Metro : Zocalo
From journal Start of the Ruta Maya
January 10, 2001
From journal Exploring Mexico City
New York, New York
June 13, 2000
From journal A Few Days in Mexico City a.k.a. 'DF'