Panteón de San Fernando

cemetery in Mexico City, Mexico

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Geographical coordinates: 19.439 -99.1479

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English Panteón de San Fernando

The San Fernando Pantheon (also known as Museo Panteón de San Fernando) is one of the oldest cemeteries in Mexico City that is preserved to this day. It is one of the most representative examples of 19th century funerary architecture and art in Mexico, and it functioned between 1832 and 1872. It is the final destination of the remains of several of the outstanding figures of 19th century Mexican history, and the most prominent are the remains of Presidents Benito Juárez , Miguel Miramón (later sent to the Puebla Cathedral) and General Ignacio Zaragoza, among many others.

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English translation from Spanish

The Pantheon Or Cemetery Of San Fernando is one of the oldest or oldest cemeteries in Mexico City that has been preserved to this day. [1] It is one of the most representative examples of 19th century funerary architecture and art in Mexico, and functioned between 1832 and 1872. It is the final destination for the remains of several of the prominent figures of Mexican history of the 19th century, and the most notable are the remains of presidents Benito Juárez, Miguel Miramón (later sent to Puebla Cathedral) and General Ignacio Zaragoza, among many others. [2]

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Spanish Panteón de San Fernando

El Panteón O Cementerio De San Fernando es uno de los cementerios más antiguos o viejos de la ciudad de México que se conserva hasta nuestros días.[1]​ Es uno de los ejemplos más representativos de la arquitectura y arte funerarios del siglo XIX en México, y funcionó entre los años 1832 y 1872. Es el destino final de los restos de varios de los personajes destacados de la historia mexicana del siglo XIX, y los más destacados son los restos de los presidentes Benito Juárez, Miguel Miramón (enviados posteriormente a la Catedral de Puebla) y del general Ignacio Zaragoza, entre muchos otros.[2]​

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