San Fernando Cementary

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Mexico City, Mexico
San Fernando Cementary - Photo from the entrance
San Fernando Cementary - Benito Juarez is in there
San Fernando Cementary - For Vicente Guerrero
San Fernando Cementary - Ignacio Zaragoza's grave

San Fernando Cementary Mexico City Reviews

ekthor ekthor
33 reviews
May 19, 2007
I know it sounds kind of morbid when you see me suggest a cementary as a place you may want to visit, but it is more of a cementary-museum. I know that people that like history or that know some mexican history may actually enjoy visiting it.

It is free to go in and inside you can see plenty of graves and tombs from well known characters from Mexican history, from the revolution and presidents too. The two most interesting are the ones of Benito Juarez and Vicente Guerrero.

This cementary also has a small room where they show the characters and a little history of the revolution and the first constitution. Right next to the cementary is a church but I found no way to get inside.

I would like to give you more info about how to find it, but I kind of stunbled into it. If you want to find it, just walk towards the historic centre and ask for San Fernando. i'm not sure if they'll know hot to get here, because it is kind of obscure.
Photo from the entrance
Benito Juarez is in there
For Vicente Guerrero
Ignacio Zaragoza's grave
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