Hemiciclo a Benito Juarez
Hemiciclo a Benito Juarez, Avenida Juárez, Centro, Mexico City, Mexico
Estadio Olimpico Universitario.
Estadio Olímpico Universitario, Mexico City, Mexico
The official route is entirely urban, and both runners and spectators as the marathon can enjoy the beauty of buildings such as the National Palace, Metropolitan Cathedral, the Palace of Fine Arts, the Chamber of Juarez, the building of the Lottery National Monument to the Revolution, the gazebo to Christopher Columbus, the monument to Cuauhtemoc, the Glorieta de la Palma, the column of Independence, Diana the Huntress, the Torre Mayor, Polanco, the source of Lincoln, the Campo Marte, the National Auditorium, the Monumento a los Ninos Heroes de Chapultepec Castle, the museums of Anthropology and History, Rufino Tamayo, Modern Art, the World Trade Center, the roundabout of the Insurgents. The lowest point is the Historic Center with 2.229 meters and the highest point is 15 kilometer located opposite the Campo Marte to 2.286 meters over the sea level.
The output will be in Av. 20 November allowing you to appreciate the cultural and tourist attractions of the downtown area. It will make a detour to the Zócalo, also known as Plaza de la Constitución, which offers a spectacular view of the Government Palace and the Cathedral; emblematic buildings of the old colonial city. The route will continue by Av. 5 de Mayo to join Central hub where you will appreciate the fine arts Palace, Forum maximum of art and culture in Mexico, later warn the recognized Caballito Tower, where it will be turn right to merge onto Reforma Avenue in both directions, is one of the most important avenues of the city of Mexico and throughout Mexico where are located some of the most symbolic and important in the city of Mexico such as buildings and monuments: monument to the Cristóbal Colón, Cuauhtemoc monument, La Palma, the Angel of independence and the Diana. At Av. Reforma route takes a turn to the right at the height of the largest Tower, tallest skyscraper in Latin America with 230m of height. On the far left you can see the Estela de Luz, a Memorial of the celebrations of the bicentennial of Mexican independence. Mariano Escobedo's street is the entrance to Polanco one of the finest suburbs of the capital, where it will tour the streets of Darwin, Thiers and national army being able to appreciate during the route the Soumaya Museum building modern and bright asymmetrical structure. At this point we return to return to Av. Reforma and reach the National Auditorium, where then the Bosque de Chapultepec, Latin America's largest urban park will surround. It will continue the course of the road to the suburb La Condesa where you will enjoy a scenario with Bohemian being that the area is known for the large number of cafes, bookshops, restaurants and galleries. Along the way the Park Spain, El Parque Mexico and the street of Amsterdam will be the most representative of this colony spaces. Subsequently will continue the route by Av. Nuevo Leon in direction insurgents to appreciate the WTC skyscrapers that boasts the world's largest revolving restaurant. On the way you will pass by the sunken Park, and will cross the Av. Miguel Ángel de Quevedo and the shaft 10 South. Finally you reach the finish line within the stadium of University City which was the main headquarters of the 1968 Olympics and that is part of the first circuit College of the City University UNAM inscribed by UNESCO on the list of sites that are Cultural Heritage
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