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  • 1 Mérida Cathedral Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Zócalo MEX - Mérida

    Mérida Cathedral dominates the Zócalo, its uncluttered façade surrounded by two bell towers. The building, completed in 1598, has had a tormented history. It was pillaged during the Mexican revolution, which explains its rather stark interior. Note h..

  • 2 Casa de Montejo Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Calle 63 MEX - Mérida

    A bank is now housed behind the brilliant façade of the superlative Casa de Montejo, an extremely rare example of 16C civil architecture. In the lower section done in a refined Plateresque style, the family of theadelantado (governor) is shown in a f..

  • 3 Calle 60 Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Calle 60 MEX - Mérida

    Like all the even-numbered streets, Calle 60 crosses town from north to south, through the Zócalo. This is a fun place to stroll and unwind at a sidewalk cafe or listen to some music. Concert are often held in the Parque Hidalgo and on Plaza de Santa..

  • 4 Paseo de Montejo Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    MEX - Mérida

    The Paseo de Montejo, Mérida's first great avenue, was an immediate success from its inauguration in 1904. The main attraction then was to watch the construction of the ostentatiously elegant casonas (villas), in the days when sisal production was at..

  • 5 Mercado Municipal Lucas de Gálvez

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    MEX - Mérida

    The Mercado Municipal Lucas de Gálvez, south of the Zócalo, contains many treasures on the first floor. Devoted to Yucatán crafts, for which Mérida is a showcase, it features a wide range of local products, from hammocks and clothing (huipiles and gu..

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