- This is the last remaining cemetery in Mexico City dating back to the 19th century. It lies behind the church of San Fernando and contains the remains of some of the country's richest families. Benito Juarez's tomb can be found here, and was, in fact, the last to be added to the cemetery in 1872. It has a beautiful classical-style sculpture of the motherland cradling her son, in representation of Juárez.
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