Colonia Insurgentes Mixcoac
Augusto Rodin street with Universidad Panamericana to the right
Location of Colonia Insurgentes Mixcoac (in red) within Benito Juárez borough
- Empresa street on the north, across which is Colonia Extremadura Insurgentes and Colonia San Juan
- Av. Revolución on the west, across which is Mixcoac
- Av. Río Mixcoac on the south, across which is San José Insurgentes
- Avenida de los Insurgentes Sur on the east, across which is Colonia del Valle Sur and Colonia Actipan
The neighborhood houses the Centro Cultural Juan Rulfo, a cultural centre that hosts several cultural activities such as expositions, music and dance. The house was built in 1912 by orders of Porfirio Díaz, Mexican president at the time, to serve as town hall of the Mixcoac municipality. In 1975, it was transformed into the cultural centre.
The neighborhood also has a secondary school: Escuela Secundaria Diurna No. 10 Leopoldo Ayala (Secondary School No. 10 Leopoldo Ayala).
- "Nuestra Demarcación" (Our borders), Delegación Benito Juárez website, archive of 2013-08-12
- Mapa de colonias de la Delegación Benito Juárez (Map of colonias of the Benito Juárez borough
- "Centro Cultural Juan Rulfo : Casas y centros culturales México : Sistema de Información Cultural-Secretaría de Cultura" (in Spanish). Retrieved 18 March 2020.