Homeland monument is located on Paseo de Montejo in one of the busiest roundabouts of the city of Merida.
It is the work of sculptor Romulo Rozo, who through this piece shows us an important part of Mexico’s history from the founding of Tenochtitlan until mid-twentieth century.
Details of the monument
In this monument you will find many details of Yucatan. For example, Merida’s city crest, El chacmol, the Mayan hut, 2 armed warriors dressed in tiger skin, representing the delivery and protection of the armed forces of Mexico.
At the bottom we can find a large tree sculpted, with 4 butterflies at the top, the glory and conquest of the cities of Mexico. Near the center of the monument you will find the symbol of Mexico, which is the eagle devouring a snake.
How to arrive
If you choose to take the ride Turibus, buggy rides or tour the carnavalito they bring up the monument to the flag.
Staying at hotels, Hyatt, Fiesta Americana, El Conquistador, Ibis Merida, walk down the street Paseo Montejo, its just 1 or 2 blocks north.