The monument in the photo below was originally meant to be a government palace, but construction plans were altered literally as the foundation was being poured. Today it features an underground museum and a top-floor observation deck, while the surrounding plaza exists as a popular gathering place for buskers, protesters, college students, and campaigning politicians.
Where am I?
Gringo - aka Scott - was born outside of Chicago and has lived most of his life in or around big cities. He spent two years of his adult life in Mexico City (talk about big cities!) and fell in love with Mexican food and culture all while weathering the challenges of life in a city with over 20 million people. Life's unpredictable journey has since brought him to Tennessee, where he is close to family and to the natural beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains. Scott also enjoys movies, hiking, top ten lists, and travel in general.
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Mexican Revolution Monument
You got it Nicole!
Thanks for playing. 🙂