Some of the many buildings in Downtown Mexico City:
This is the Palace of Fine Arts where many concerts and expositions take place. This building has sunk more than 3 feet to date since the city was built on a lake bed.
Hemicycle to Benito Juárez, Mexican president monument
One of the views of the Zócalo, the second largest Plaza in the world, just after Rusia’s
The Zocalo and the Monumental flag
National Palace, government building on the Zócalo.
Another view of National Palace.
The Cathedral. The oldest and the first one in Latin America. The first stone was set on 1571.
59 meter wide, 128 long, 67 meters high.
You would see a regular bike like this one with the only exception that this bike is set up on the wall above tables in a restaurant.
This restaurant is in Downtown Mexico City, it is call Punta Arenas and is inside a little mall where there is a hotel and some boutiques.
If you think this is unusual, I remember there was a tennis court on another wall downtown. It may be that they don’t know what to do with those huge plain building walls.
Mixed photos from Mexico City.