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During a tour of the Historical District we briefly stopped at the most oppulent of post offices (right across from Bellas Artes), which I believe contains the first working elevator in the city. I went back to walk around and take in the splendor of...More
We came across this by accident and was glad we did! WOW is this every something beautiful to see! You would never think this was a post office! It is all gold and glitter and is very large. Make this part of your Mexico City...More
Travel in time visiting this beautiful and impressive building - we toured the Historic City Center of Mexico City with Mexcity Tours - Leo was our tourist guide - he made the touring experience so interesting and safe for the 4 of us that even...More
The Palacio de Correo (Main Post Office) was built in 1903-1907, designed by the Italian architect Adamo Boeri and finally inaiugurated by President Porfirio Diaz (who loved everything European) in 1907. It is a mixture of different designs melded into an art nuveau masterpices, with...More