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Bosque Chapultepec, Mexico City, MexicoBosque ChapultepecMexico City, MexicoCarts selling snacks, wrestling masks, phone covers and all kinds of chachkeys line the pathways of Parque de El Chapultepec. Look for the carts...Invernadero "El caracol", Naucalpan, MexicoInvernadero "El caracol"Naucalpan, MexicoI mean, come on! I could be there all day at my happiest #culture #colors #colours #mexico #daydreaming #stainedglass #glass #tilesReino Vegetal - Nido De Quetzalcoatl, Naucalpan, MexicoReino Vegetal - Nido De QuetzalcoatlNaucalpan, MexicoIt is all in the details #culture #colors #tilesSayulita, MexicoSayulitaMexicoWith the combination of sunshine and bright pops of color, it’s nearly impossible not to feel happy in Sayulita! You’ll find brightly painted...Foro Sol, Mexico City, MexicoForo SolMexico City, MexicoColorful and joy, the day of the dead is quite important in Mexico. One of the oldest traditions here and 100% mexican, it is better known world...Campeche, MexicoCampecheMexicoThe city of Campeche / Mexico retains many of the old colonial Spanish city walls and fortifications which protected the city (not always...Kiosco de Coyoacán, Mexico City, MexicoKiosco de CoyoacánMexico City, MexicoDía de los muertos (Day of the dead) is quite a thing in Mexico. Here is an "ofrenda" in a public plaza, with a Frida Kahlo figure, an "alebrije",...Mexico, Distrito Federal , Xochimilco, Mexico City, MexicoMexico, Distrito Federal , XochimilcoMexico City, MexicoTrajineras en Xochimilco #mexico #xochimilco #trajinerasMercado de Coyoacán, Mexico City, MexicoMercado de CoyoacánMexico City, MexicoColorful calaveras for the Day of the Dead celebrations in MexicoRoma Norte, Mexico City, MexicoRoma NorteMexico City, MexicoAnother alebrije. In this big close up all details of it's craft can be seen and admired. This one was completly hand made by a guy called by...Tlaxcala de Xicohténcatl, MexicoTlaxcala de XicohténcatlMexicoLittle hand made hens made of pome mass. They're supposedly to be eaten as a sweet, but they're so beautiful is impossible to destroy them. Take...Jardín Hidalgo, Coyoacán, Mexico City, MexicoJardín Hidalgo, CoyoacánMexico City, MexicoHandmade miniature fruit sweets. This traditional and beautiful candy is made of pumpkin seed. Nowadays is a little bit harder to find, but if you...Portales de los Artesanos de Tzintzuntzan, Tzintzuntzán, MexicoPortales de los Artesanos de TzintzuntzanTzintzuntzán, MexicoThousands of tiny colorful hand made jars, vases and plates. None of it is bigger of a nail. This form of artcraft is traditional of this area....
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