Monument to the Revolution Webcam in Mexico City

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Monument to the Revolution Webcam in Mexico City

When you’re going to build a monument commemorating an event as important as the Mexican Revolution of the early 1900s, you need to do it in style and do it big. As you can see on this webcam, that’s exactly what they did when they built this monument in the Plaza de la República in Mexico City.

The enormity of the monument dominates the plaza and its presence is not going to let anyone forget the events which occurred a century ago to set the country on a new political path. The structure of marble and granite, which also serves as a mausoleum for fallen heroes, stands a staggering sixty-seven metres high. That fact means it beats even the Arc de Triomphe in Paris for grandeur and puts it in first place as the largest monument of its kind in the world. 

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