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  • Romantic Walk Neighbourhood San Ángel

    For the first Issue of Dearsouvenir Magazine Roberto Velasco took us on a tour through one of its favourite neighbourhoods in Mexico City.

    • Mar 2016
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  • Museo del Carmen

    1

    History Museum

    The El Carmen Museum features mummies from the Order of the Brothers of Our Lady of Mount Carmel.

  • Museo Arte Carrillo Gil

    2

    Art Museum

    The Carrillo Gil Museum is dedicated to modern art SHIZOO DESIGN

  • El Bazaar Sábado

    3

    Flea Market

    The Bazaar del Sábado opens its doors to buy ceramics, jewelry, artistic brass, encapsulated flowers, and textiles, among other Mexican crafts and souvenirs.

  • Plaza San Jacinto

    4

    Plaza

    On Saturdays, the Plaza besides the temple is converted into the Garden of the Art, a marketplace for paintings, ornaments, and other items made by craftsmen.

  • Parroquia de San Jacinto

    5

    Church

    This church is famous because it was the place where the St. Patrick’s Batallion, who fought on the Mexican side in the US-Mexico war, was shot by the US-Army.

  • Museo Casa Estudio Diego Rivera y Frida Kahlo

    6

    Museum

    Juan O’Gorman’s functionalist design for Diego Rivera’s studio (also a shared home with Frida Kahlo) is a must see.

  • Plaza de Los Arcángeles

    7

    Plaza

    The Square is a small, quiet garden, walled with red and purple bugambilias; on the center of the plaza there is a quarry fountain.

  • San Angel Inn

    8

    Mexican

    The mole poblano and the patito laqueado a la zarzamora (lacquered duck in blackberry sauce) are among Mexico City’s finest dishes.

  • Álvaro Obregón

    9

    Town Hall

    Álvaro Obregón Borough is home for the fashionable and pretty San Ángel neighborhood.

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