Parque Luis G. Urbina

Parque Luis G. Urbina

Lovingly known as parque hundido (or “sunken park”), this below-ground-level park moonlights as an archaeology museum, where you can check out more than 50 copies of pre-Hispanic sculptures. Other highlights: two illuminated fountains and a floral clock, which works with Japanese technology but was built by artisans from Zacatlán, Puebla.

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