Espacio Escultórico

"The Espacio Escultórico is an amazing collaboration of artists whose intervention with the lava-covered land creates scenery that might as well be on Mars. It is located on the campus of the National Autonomous University of Mexico and is not that commonly visited even by locals. The walk through the lava is definitely worthwhile and gives a sense of scale of the art piece."  Photo 2 of 7 in City Guide: 10 Places to Visit in Mexico City
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Lucha Libre

"The lucha libre (professional wrestling) at the Arena Mexico is an event not to be missed on a visit to Mexico City if you happen to be here on a Friday night. A mix between a sporting event and a circus performance, it’s the ideal place to get all your work week’s stress out by yelling at the rudos (bad guys) or the tecnicos (good guys), and be amused by the interaction of the crowd with every member in the ring."  Photo 4 of 7 in City Guide: 10 Places to Visit in Mexico City
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Biblioteca Vasconcelos 

"When President Vicente Fox inaugurated the library on May 16, 2006, he described it as one of the most advanced constructions of the 21st century, and said it would be spoken of throughout the world. Even thought the library was plagued by many construction defects that forced its closure in March 2007, it is now fully operational and its main hall is one of the most powerful architectural spaces recently built in Mexico City."  Photo 3 of 7 in City Guide: 10 Places to Visit in Mexico City
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