LOOK AT THAT BUILDING
The Palacio Municipal is located in the ex-convent of the Basilica
near the Plaza
de la Danza.
Casa de la
González Ortega #403 and Colon, south of the Zócalo
Independencia and Armente y López, two blocks
east of the Zócalo
Constructed during the era of Porfirio
Díaz, the renovated theater is the home to occasional
concerts, opera and ballet.
National Pawnshop (Nacional
Monte de Piedad)
Morelos and Alcalá
Superb example of neoclassical architecture. Built in the late 1700s,
the building was home to an organization that would make loans in
exchange for people's possessions.
Casa de Alejandro de
Casa de Alejandro de Leon
Macedonio Alcalá #403
Centro de Cultura
San Pablo (San Pablo Cultural Center)
Also on the hill is the monument to Benito
Juárez and a scenic look-out.
Up the hill is the observatory and Planetario Nundehui built in
1978. Want a 360 degree view of the city and its local environs?
You can't do better!
LIBRARIES (DEAD TREES)
Central Public Library
(Biblioteca Pública Central)
The building dates to early 19th century.
Library (Biblioteca Infantil)
José López Alavez #1342, Colonia
Xochimilco, across from Casa Robertita
The Bibliotecas Infantil de Oaxaca
is open Monday-Friday, 11am-7pm, Saturday-Sunday, 10am-7pm.
STADIUMS AND AUDITORIUMS
Educardo Vasconcelos Baseball
Niños Heroes de Chapultepec and Boulevard Eduardo Vasconcelos
baseball has a cherished stadium with a baseball field that
is always green.
Lazaro Cardenas #1000
The estadio de fútbol! Map
Overlooking Oaxaca City is the ginormous auditorium, home of the