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Paseo de Montejo (Montejo Avenue) - City Walk Merida - Mexico

Created in the late 19th century, the Paseo de Montejo showcased the enormous wealth and European tastes of Yucatán’s henequen barons. Many elegant mansions remain on the avenue, including the Peon de Regil and Vales Houses at Calle 35, the twin Cámara Houses at Calle 45 and the Palacio Canton at Calle 42. The Monument to the Flag in the traffic circle at Calle 27 is designed in the neo-Mayan style and features a mestizo woman in indigenous dress symbolizing Mexico.

Merida, Mexico

City Walk

Getting There
North of the Historic Center, beginning at Calle 49

Price Description: Free

Days Closed:Open Daily

By George Nunes
Mayan archeology and culture are my passion and I've visited over 20 sites so far. My career path has encompassed being a professional dancer and...
08 Mar 2010

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