Pasaje de la Revolucion, Merida

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  • This extensive corridor covered with a certain colonial air very well preserved is located between the enclosures of the Fernando García Ponce-Macay Museum and the Cathedral of San Ildefonso. In several weeks a year, it serves as an exhibition for the dissemination of modern and contemporary art showing a reflection on how we lead the life that in my personal opinion is a very inspiring moment to walk through it, however, for those who do not like art will be able to look like a nice hallway. Admission to the aisle is free of charge. To get to it from Merida International Airport you must leave by the main entrance/exit of the airport to take Benito Juárez avenue, south-north sense if you go by car hire, you travel straight on the Juarez highway until you find the Zoo of the Centenary (the only very extensive green area during the journey) which you travel parallel to its end on 59th Street. On this Street 59 you cross on the right and low 2 kms approximately to 62nd Street, where you will cross on the right and two blocks you will find the large square or plinth of the city of Merida and in front of it, on a pedestrian route only you will find the charismatic Passage of the Revolution, so first you must look for parking in the surrounding streets. One recommendation, the most difficult thing to ride in rented vehicle is that in Merida the identification of the streets are very confusing, since its nomenclature works using the pairs for the streets that run on the north-south axis and the walkable roads from east to the West identify with odd numbers, while in the city where I live there are clearly differences between races and streets. Solution carries GPS on your cell phone or in the vehicle and holy remedy.
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  • there is exposure but it lacks something, like it looks sad. crafts or something would be very good. good area to withstand a while the heat
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  • It's a cool architectural archway, but I was surprised when I noticed there wasn't much going on inside. Kind of a wasted opportunity!
  • Always changing the exhibits nice
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