San Jacinto Square


  • CATEGORY: Interest places
  • PHONES: 5276 6800 y 5276 6900

REVIEW

It was built on the 17th century, and belonged to the Oplaca Count. It is the meeting point of craftsmen and artists where one can buy silver jewelry, serapes, items in leather, ceramic, carved wood, paper flowers, and other materials. In this square there is a commemorative plaque dedicated to the heroic Saint Patrick’s Batallion.

ADDRESS

Miramón s/n, Col. San Angel, C.P. 1000, México, Ciudad de México

PRICES

Entrada libre.

CONTACT

Tel. 5276 6800 y 5276 6900

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