From the market I walked to Insurgentes Avenue from where I would take a different Metrobus line back to the apartment. My route took me along Bucareli Avenue. There, in the middle of one of the intersections, is the "Chinese Clock". It was a gift from the Chinese community of Mexico City in 1921 on the centennial of the end of Mexico's War of Independence. It was recently restored and is once again telling correct time and chiming on the hour.
Near the clock there is an apartment building probably built at the beginning of the 20th century. It is a bit run down, but still is quite a striking piece of architecture.
Along the roof line there are crests with the coats of arms of different Mexican cities done in tiles.
Along the façade there are tile portraits of the viceroys of colonial Mexico.