Mexico City/Tlatelolco

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Mexico City : Tlatelolco
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Tlatelolco is a district of Mexico City, the site of the Aztecs' last resistance against Spanish rule and the site of a massacre of student protestors by police and military on 2 October 1968.

Get in

Take the Green line train to Tlatelolco. There are two exits out of the station, take the one that opens to a Basketball court, not the open that opens to a street. Continue past the basketball court through a park until you reach a street. Turn left and continue until you get to a 30ish story white building. You have arrived.


  • Plaza de las Tres Culturas (Three Cultures Square). Surrounded on three sides by respectively an intact Aztec pyramid, a 16th century palace, and an office building which is an example of modern Mexican architecture.







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