Monterrey is interesting because of its industrial activity.
Monterrey is known for
El cerro de la Silla (the Hill of the saddle) is a mountain that looks like a horse saddle is a landmark that symbolizes the State of Nuevo Leon.
In Monterrey its more interesting attractions it is recommended to visit the following ones:
The Municipal Palace, where you can find a sculpture in honor to the Rufino Tamayo's son
The Government Palace, built in 1908
The City's Modern Theater
The Supreme Court of Justice
The Zaragoza Square, built in the XIX century, where you can see a kiosk and several sculptures in bronze
The Hidalgo square
The Cathedral, built in the XVIII century
The wooded zone and the Zoo
The Purisima Church with its Virgen del Roble and the Purisima Square
Monterrey has a great gastronomic tradition represented by the roasted cabrito (barbecued baby goat) and the "machaca" made with shredded dried meat.
The most important museums are:
The Forum of Spectacles
The Hall of Fame of Professional Players of tennis and baseball
The Culture House
The Regional Museum of Nuevo Laredo, with a light and sound spectacle
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