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Monumento a la Revolución

Monumento a la Revolución
  • Historic City Centre

The Monument to the Revolution is a work of architecture and mausoleum that commemorates the Mexican revolution. It is a work by Carlos Obregón Santacilia, who borrowed the structure from the Salón de los Pasos Perdidos in the former Palacio Legislativo, by Émile Bénard, to build this monument, which was completed in 1938. It is one of Mexico City's most recognisable landmarks and is part of a complex that also includes the Plaza de la República and the Museo Nacional de la Revolución.

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