One of the most popular attractions is the Macroplaza in Monterrey Mexico. The Macroplaza is basically the center meeting place for locals in the heart of Monterrey. According to Wikipedia, the Macroplaza is presently the fourth largest plaza in the world.
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When I strolled through the Macroplaza, I noticed a lot of massage vendors offering therpeduic services. The offered services sign says “Terapias Anti-estres” followed by the words “El Cocodrilo Blondy”.
The Macroplaza also serves as a park with monuments and statues. One notable monument is the Homenaje al Sol which looks like a compass.
The cathedral of Monterrey is also located in the Macroplaza area.
Next to the cathedral is the Museum of Contemporary Art of Monterrey which is also known as MARCO.
The Foro Lucila Sabrella (Alondra de Mexico) area of the Macroplaza is also used as a stage for concerts. There are also statues on each of four corners of the stage.
The fountain of Neptune (Fuente de Neptuno) is also centrally located within the plaza.