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Point of Interest

Place des Trois Cultures

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Tlatelolco, CDMX 06900

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Luis Manuel
Luis Manuel
December 14, 2018
The square of the three cultures, a place where you'll find three phases of the mexican history converge. Vestiges of the mexica civilization, the spanish church of Santiago and the landmarks of great buildings showcasing a contemporary Mexico.
Fernanda
Fernanda
July 12, 2018
A public square is known for important historical events, from the market of Prehispanic Culture of Tlatelolco that was located in its vicinity, the infamous Night of Tlatelolco, scene of the massacre of students held on October 2nd, 1968 and one of the more damaged neighborhoods during the…
Karen
Karen
May 31, 2018
Rather sadly known best for the student massacres of the last century, Tlatelolco’s Plaza de las Tres Culturas is still a worthy entry on our guide to Mexico City’s top attractions, bringing together as it does the three distinct cultural heritages that make up modern Mexico. Pyramids mark the…
Claudio
Claudio
March 01, 2017
In the riots of 1968, this was the place where many young protesters were killed
Gabriel
Gabriel
October 29, 2016
There are really nice pyramid ruins, the church and the square together in one area, which makes you think about it as a perfect example of cultural syncretism - pre-columbian ruins, Spanish church and kind of modern square, which witnessed the massacre of students in 1968. One of the most important…