This is the village Benito Juarez was born in. The mountains in the back are named Sierra Juárez. This is Monte Alban. It is the capital city of the Zapotec Nation. Juarez lived here with his grandparents. Pictured is Don Antonio Maza. She employed Juarez’s sister and allowed him to lodge in his house. La Reforma represented the triumph of Mexico's liberal forces over the conservative forces. The statue is located in New Orleans where Juarez was exiled. Pictured is a stone memorial to Benito Juarez with the inscription "El respeto al direcho ajeno es la paz" (respect for the rights of others is peace) This is the city of Ciudad Juarez. It was named after Benito Juarez. It is known for being “the most violent zones in the world outside of declared world zones.” Illustrated above is Benito Juarez’s death place. Inside, on the walls are beautiful murals painted by Diego Rivera.