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The Parque Vía is an extension of the city parks along the Maestro Antonio Caso and James Sullivan streets. It serves, probably more, as median strip. The east end of the tiny plaza is however popular with the local office workers.
It’s also useful for marking the border between the San Rafael and Cuauhtémoc neighborhoods. In fact, the park is simply named for the street that cuts to the west from here.
San Rafael's old benedictine church renamed the whole neighborhood....
A mainstay in San Rafael's art scene, gallery-goers hardly remember the neighborhood without one of its biggest.
One of the true highlights on any trip down the old Mexico-Tacuba Highway, it's a dark little chapel and more...
Since 1902, the San Cosme Market's been a community center, a great place for lunch, and practically a neighborhood institution.