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The Zocalo of Mexico City is the name of the main plaza in the historic center. Its name comes from the Spanish word for base, due to a base built for a monument to the Mexican War of Independence that was never completed. Many cities and towns in Mexico now also use the word to denote their main plazas as well.

Views of the Zocalo itself[edit]

Buildings on the Zocalo[edit]

Maps and other representations of the Zocalo[edit]

Metro Zocalo[edit]

Historic photos[edit]