Mexico City – Paseo de la Reforma

Paseo de la Reforma is a broad boulevard that runs through the middle of the centre. At the western end it separates the neighbourhoods of Cuauhtémoc to the north and Juárez to the south.

Halfway along the Paseo is the statue of El Ángel de la Independencia; the angel of independence.


A bit further along is the Fuente de La Diana Cazadora, a fountain dedicated to the hunting goddess Diana.


The Paseo is home to some of Mexico’s tallest buildings, such as the Torre Libertad (also known as the Torre St Regis)


Opposite is the unusual Corporativo Reforma Diana office building.


And a little further along, the Torre BBVA Bancomer.


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