Colonia Ex Hipódromo del Peralvillo is a colonia or neighborhood of the Cuauhtémoc borough of Mexico City, located north of the historic center. It is part of an area of the city that is noted for crime and lower income residents. One area of the colonia around Calzado de la Ronda is noted for stored selling used auto parts, frequently from stolen cars.The colonia is named after an old horse race track (hipodromo in Spanish) that was built here in the early 20th century, but the area was later parceled and sold to create housing for lower class workers.

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  • El Hipódromo de Peralvillo fue un hipódromo ubicado en Ciudad de México inaugurado en 1882 y desmantelado en 1913. En el libro México Pintoresco, Artístico y Monumental, el historiador Manuel Rivera Cambas informa que el de Peralvillo fue el primer hipódromo formal de la Ciudad de México. Hasta entonces, las carreras de caballos se improvisaban lo mismo en terrenos de San Lázaro que en el Rancho de Nápoles, "cerca del pueblo de la Piedad". Fue inaugurado el 23 de abril de 1882 por la Sociedad Mexicana de Carreras. (es)
  • Colonia Ex Hipódromo del Peralvillo is a colonia or neighborhood of the Cuauhtémoc borough of Mexico City, located north of the historic center. It is part of an area of the city that is noted for crime and lower income residents. One area of the colonia around Calzado de la Ronda is noted for stored selling used auto parts, frequently from stolen cars.The colonia is named after an old horse race track (hipodromo in Spanish) that was built here in the early 20th century, but the area was later parceled and sold to create housing for lower class workers. (en)
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  • El Hipódromo de Peralvillo fue un hipódromo ubicado en Ciudad de México inaugurado en 1882 y desmantelado en 1913. En el libro México Pintoresco, Artístico y Monumental, el historiador Manuel Rivera Cambas informa que el de Peralvillo fue el primer hipódromo formal de la Ciudad de México. Hasta entonces, las carreras de caballos se improvisaban lo mismo en terrenos de San Lázaro que en el Rancho de Nápoles, "cerca del pueblo de la Piedad". Fue inaugurado el 23 de abril de 1882 por la Sociedad Mexicana de Carreras. (es)
  • Colonia Ex Hipódromo del Peralvillo is a colonia or neighborhood of the Cuauhtémoc borough of Mexico City, located north of the historic center. It is part of an area of the city that is noted for crime and lower income residents. One area of the colonia around Calzado de la Ronda is noted for stored selling used auto parts, frequently from stolen cars.The colonia is named after an old horse race track (hipodromo in Spanish) that was built here in the early 20th century, but the area was later parceled and sold to create housing for lower class workers. (en)
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  • Hipódromo de Peralvillo (es)
  • Colonia Ex Hipódromo de Peralvillo (en)
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