Paseo de la Reforma

Mexico City's Paseo de la Reforma is more than just the 10 Glorietas (traffic roundabouts), although those are interesting enough.

The main thoroughfare for the entire metropolis, it passes skyscrapers, some dozen neighborhoods, and much of the story of the Mexican republic.

Some sections of Reforma are too big to even include here.

And of course, there are hundred more spots to see just off the Paseo de la Reforma.

Below are the points of interest you'll discover just by walking the avenue and it's immediate side streets.

Campo Marte Loyalty Monument

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Jardín Winston Churchill

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British Embassy in Mexico City

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US Embassy; Chancery Building

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Indigenous Peoples Museum / Garita de Peralvillo

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Chapultepec Botanical Garden

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Glorieta de Amajac

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Tlaloc Monolith

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National Museum of Anthropology (MNA)

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Museo Rufino Tamayo

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Chapultepec Zoo

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El Ángel – Monument to Independence

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Auditorio Nacional

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The Museum of Modern Art

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Lottery Building: Mexico City’s Edificio de la Lotería Nacional

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State Violence Victims Memorial

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Reforma 222

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The Pulque Museum: Museo del Pulque y las Pulquerías

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Fuente de Petróleos

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The Fountain of Diana the Huntress

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Glorieta de la Palma

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Cuauhtémoc Monument & Glorieta

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Sebastián’s “Caballito”

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Simón Bolívar Monument, Reforma, Col Guerrero

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