What is Col Cuauhtémoc in Mexico City?

It is a borough or urban district (Spanish: colonia) within Mexico City. It has a roughly triangular shape and is delimited by the Melchor Ocampo, Paseo de la Reforma and Insurgentes avenues. It is one of the most important districts in Mexico city, as many important buildings and landmarks are located within the colonia limits, including the American and Japanese embassies, the HSBC headquarters, the Angel de la Independencia and Diana Cazadora monuments or the Torre Mayor and Mexican Stock Exchange buildings.
It is a borough or urban district (Spanish: colonia) within Mexico City. It has a roughly triangular shape and is delimited by the Melchor Ocampo, Paseo de la Reforma and Insurgentes avenues. It is one of the most important districts in Mexico city, as many important buildings and landmarks are located within the colonia limits, including the American and Japanese embassies, the HSBC headquarters, the Angel de la Independencia and Diana Cazadora monuments or the Torre Mayor and Mexican Stock Exchange buildings.