The 40m-high Reloj Monumental, built between 1904 and 1910 to commemorate the independence centennial, overshadows the north end of Pachuca’s remodeled zócalo, Plaza de la Independencia, which is flanked by Avenida Matamoros on the east side and Avenida Allende on the west. Guerrero runs parallel to Avenida Allende, 100m to the west. Around 700m to the south, Guerrero and Avenida Matamoros converge at the modern Plaza Juárez.