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logo de la estacion candelaria

Metro Candelaria is on lines 1 and 4 of the Metro in the Venustiano Carranza alcaldía. It’s one of the most photographed Metro stations for the otherworldly interior designed by the architect Felx Candela. Dramatic umbrella-like parabolas lift from the columns, and hold up the roof. It’s the exotic look for which Candela is super famous, though it’s all based in geometry.

The name is from that of the colonia, Candelaria de los Patos. It was at one time a wetland on the edge of Lake Texcoco known for the number of waterfowl and migratory birds. This also explains the station’s logo. Candelaria, rather than the candelabra many English speakers perceive it to mean, is actually February 2, Candelmas. It’s the holy day commemorating the presentation of the Christ child in the temple.

Metro Candelaria is also home to the primary Lost and Found center for the entire Metro system. If you lose something in the Metro, however, it should be reported to the station chief of the station nearest to the loss.


The Office of Lost Objects (
Oficina de Objetos Extraviados)
is in Metro Candelaria in the passageway between Lines 1 and 4.

Puede consultar allí, de
lunes a viernes de 9:00 a. M.
A 3:00 p. M. Necesitará una identificación oficial para recuperar algo basado en una descripción.

Teléfonos 56274643 y 55425397
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La estación de Metro Candelaria también es conveniente para:

Nearest Venues

How to get here
Location
Candelaria, Candelaria de Los Patos, Zona Centro, 15100 CDMX

Temples

Candelaria de los Patos - Macuitlapilco

Nearest at 0.08 kms.

Arts & Culture

Centro Cultural Candelaria de los Patos

Nearest at 0.09 kms.

Temples

San Jeronimito Atlixco

Nearest at 0.10 kms.

Museums

The Mexican Federal Legislative Museum

Nearest at 0.27 kms.

Historic Sites/Bldgs

San Lázaro Legislative Palace

Nearest at 0.27 kms.

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