México City stock photo

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México City Photo taken on December 2, 2017 from the Hemicycle to Juarez. Sculpture made in honor of former Mexican President Benito Juárez. Opened in a record time in 45 days by Porfidio Díaz to decorate the independence celebrations in 1910. Its design was in charge of the architect Adrián Heredia with the sculptures of the Italian Lanzaroni. In the center is the figure of Benito Juárez and beside him two allegories are raised. Architecture Stock Photo
México City Photo taken on December 2, 2017 from the Hemicycle to Juarez. Sculpture made in honor of former Mexican President Benito Juárez. Opened in a record time in 45 days by Porfidio Díaz to decorate the independence celebrations in 1910. Its design was in charge of the architect Adrián Heredia with the sculptures of the Italian Lanzaroni. In the center is the figure of Benito Juárez and beside him two allegories are raised. Architecture Stock Photo
Photo taken on December 2, 2017 from the Hemicycle to Juarez. Sculpture made in honor of former Mexican President Benito Juárez. Opened in a record time in 45 days by Porfidio Díaz to decorate the independence celebrations in 1910. Its design was in charge of the architect Adrián Heredia with the sculptures of the Italian Lanzaroni. In the center is the figure of Benito Juárez and beside him two allegories are raised.
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