With hat and boots the US ambassador takes a “village bath” in Mexico

Mexico.- Ken Salazar, the new United States ambassador to Mexico has already taken a “village bath” by visiting various emblematic places in Mexico City such as the Basilica of Guadalupe, the Plaza de las Tres Culturas, the Pantheon of San Fernando and the Monument of the Revolution.

The United States Ambassador to Mexico wrote on social networks that he began his position “with a visit with my wife and family to the Basilica of Guadalupe to listen to mass and pray for our two countries.”

Salazar also commented that he was impressed with a visit to the archaeological site of Tlatelolco and the Plaza de las Tres Culturas, as it shows the great history and heritage of Mexico, he also said that he was excited to learn about the history of Mexico by visiting the Pantheon of San Fernando, where the remains of President Benito Juárez are found.

“I had the pleasure of visiting the pantheon to honor Benito Juárez and his remarkable historical role,” he said.

The United States Ambassador He concluded his visit at the Monument to the Revolution, where he visited the museum and on leaving he took a photo with students taking a graduation photo.

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“Here, in one of the emblematic sites of Mexico City, the Monument to the Revolution,” said Salazar.


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