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Original components: Management-Cultural Center, Medicine, Humanities / Sciences, Residences, Botany, Architecture, Architecture, Sports, Industrial Technical School, Services, Pedestrian Circulation System.

Later, the project progresses and integrates more organic proposals, of great dynamism in the original conception of the campus. The route becomes an additional architectural element, of great importance in the perception of space and the works of art that are integrated into it, introducing the space-time dimension.

“Architects then replaced an eminently static space with an essentially dynamic one. The space is known because something moves: the object or the spectator and the march, make the diversity of events appear under our vision. The sense of the façade disappears and the spectator is forced to move around the architecture in order to understand, feel and savor it:

“The urban planning of Ciudad Universitaria de Caracas originates from a basic center:” the Plaza Cubierta-Aula Magna-Biblioteca (Centro Directivo-Cultural) group, which despite having been projected after the other works began to be built, is the beginning and end point of all the systems that form the whole; in the same way, the organizational centers of all the component parts are strategically located in all the groups. In order to maintain coherence throughout the entire neuralgic system, Villanueva combined them through the use of the same ground level: from the human point of view everything communicates in such a way that it is difficult to appreciate the exact moment when the spaces change. The visitor is guided in and around spaces by the artistic and architectural elements that surrender to their subtlety. Boundaries fade with the use of enclosures permeable to light, air, rain and above all, sight; covered walkways, plazas and internal gardens that create a balance of exterior shadows and interior lights.

September 24, 1968

The takeover of the University City of UNAM refers to the occupation by elements of the Mexican army of various university campuses as part of the events of the 1968 Movement in Mexico, which occurred on September 18, 1968.

It is reported that prior to the occupation, the Mexican federal government perceived that “student power had reached delirious extremes within the campuses, particularly after a celebration of the Grito de Dolores held on September 15. In general, the government’s perception of the student movement was extremely negative, stating that “university autonomy had been frankly violated”, “the people were incited to rebel against the government”, among other positions against the movement.[1] It has been speculated[6] that the student movement had been “a violation of the autonomy of the university”, and that “the people were being incited to rebel against the government”.

It has been speculated[6] that the occupation was aimed at guaranteeing the protection of the Olympic Stadium located on campus, since it would host the opening and closing ceremonies of the Mexico 1968 Olympic Games, as emphasized in U.S. government security documents.[7] In turn, the Ministry of the Interior stated that the official purpose was the detention of the members of the National Strike Council, who were in the auditorium of the School of Medicine.

Ciudad universitaria de méxico

Los primeros planes para un campus de “Ciudad Universitaria” se encuentran en una tesis presentada por estudiantes de arquitectura en 1929. Estos planes preveían que la Universidad se construyera en un lugar del sur de la ciudad conocido como Huipilco. Sin embargo, no fue sino hasta 1945 que se decretó la ley de créditos para la “fundación y construcción de Ciudad Universitaria”.

El diseño del campus se adjudicó a los arquitectos Mario Pani, Enrique Moral y Mauricio M. Campos, cuyos planos fueron elegidos entre los presentados en un concurso celebrado en la Escuela Nacional de Arquitectura.

La primera piedra se colocó en 1949, pero pronto se frustró por falta de financiación. Para conseguir el apoyo del presidente Miguel Alemán, se reorganizó la Fundación del Patronato Universitario. El presidente del Banco de México, Carlos Novoa, fue elegido para presidirla y Eduardo Suárez y David Thierry también formaron parte del patronato.

El campus se diseñó bajo el principio de maximizar la comunicación entre las facultades. Con la aportación de profesores, estudiantes e investigadores, los diseñadores incluyeron el Museo de Arte para mostrar la amplia extensión del arte mexicano a través del tiempo.

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Sí, hay un autobús directo que sale de Ciudad Universitaria y llega a Av. Castillo Ramón S. Pres. 1754. Los servicios salen cada cinco minutos y funcionan todos los días. El viaje dura aproximadamente 20 minutos.

Ferrovias opera un tren desde Ciudad Universitaria hasta Retiro cada 20 minutos, y el viaje dura 15 min. Alternativamente, Buenos Aires Colectivos opera un autobús desde Ciudad Universitaria hasta Av. Castillo Ramón S. Pres. 1754 cada 5 minutos. El billete cuesta 1 euro y el trayecto dura 20 minutos.

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