the streets of Downtown Mexico City the jews found the grounds to begin
a new life. It was there, upon meeting their fellow countrymen, that they
began to feel conforted. On these streets they achieved economic stability;
they recreated their organizations, built synagogues and became settled.
At streets with names such as Jesus Maria, Santísima, Las Cruces
(which translated mean the Street of Jesus-Mary, Holiest Street and the
Street of the Crosses) ironic names that identify jewish life - cotidianity
of the jewish people took place in this corner of exile, which now has
more that 80 years in an organized manner.
at Downtown is where jews became a part of Mexico's culture.