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Mixcoac

Historically, Mixcoac included a greater area than it does today. We've included some of the surrounding areas too.

The Avenida Patriotismo, with the Metro of the same name at the very top, leads down through the heart of the colonia.

"Snake in the cloud," the meaning in Nahuatl, Mixcoac history goes right back to the conquest, and somehow the area still has something of a rural and agricultural soul.

Among the oldest places, the Church of Santo Domingo de Guzmán was founded in 1595 (by Franciscans) in the neighborhood today called Insurgentes Mixcoac.

By the end of the 19th century, it was a wealthy and distant suburb. The 20th century may have been a bit less kind, but today you'll see that many of the corners and streets and places are just as well loved.

Mixcoac Archaeological Site

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Parque Hundido

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Church of San Juan Mixcoac & Plaza Gómez Farias

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Metro San Antonio

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Metro Mixcoac

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Church of Santo Domingo de Guzmán in Mixcoac

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Metro Museum

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Casa del General Irineo Paz

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Casa de Valentín Gómez Farías

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