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Calzada de los Misterios, Mexico City, MexicoCalzada de los MisteriosMexico City, MexicoUno de los antigüos misterios de La Calzada de los Misterios de los cuales toma su nombre, son 15 construcciones que tenían la intención de guiar a...Guadalupe Tepeyac, Mexico City, MexicoGuadalupe TepeyacMexico City, MexicoCalzada de GuadalupeCalle Leonardo Da Vinci, Mexico City, MexicoCalle Leonardo Da VinciMexico City, MexicoOutside a house I created the Holy list to show the diversity of altars, thought it could be interesting. Mexico is a mainly Catholic country, and...Museo Dolores Olmedo Patiño, Mexico City, MexicoMuseo Dolores Olmedo PatiñoMexico City, MexicoEn las ofrendas 2012Gandhi, Mexico City, MexicoGandhiMexico City, MexicoTorre de libros frente a GandhiAldea digital Telcel Zocalo de la cuidad de Mexico, Mexico City, MexicoAldea digital Telcel Zocalo de la cuidad de MexicoMexico City, MexicoDigital Village Experiment where the LEDs are lit according to the movement of goldfishAntiguo Museo de San Idelfonso, Mexico City, MexicoAntiguo Museo de San IdelfonsoMexico City, MexicoInterior del museoMuseo Soumaya, Mexico City, MexicoMuseo SoumayaMexico City, MexicoColeccion personalMercado san juan, Mexico City, MexicoMercado san juanMexico City, Mexico"Pitahaya" Every day we learn something new, today I discover this weird exotic fruit at San Juan's market on Mexico City, "Pitahaya" or...Museo Soumaya, Mexico City, MexicoMuseo SoumayaMexico City, MexicoSoumaya Museum incredible design!Museo Frida Kahlo- Casa Azul, Mexico City, MexicoMuseo Frida Kahlo- Casa AzulMexico City, MexicoDiego Rivera and Frida Kahlo lived here, you can view many items that were used by them.Avenida División del norte, Mexico City, MexicoAvenida División del norteMexico City, MexicoAnother altar Find more in my «HolyList» #outdoors #religion #devotion #tradition #travel #troveon #mexico #virgin #altarPalacio Postal, Mexico City, MexicoPalacio PostalMexico City, MexicoThe golden stairs of the Palacio Postal, inaugurated in 1907.Gran Hotel Ciudad de México, Mexico City, MexicoGran Hotel Ciudad de MéxicoMexico City, MexicoYou can feel the history from the moment you step inside. From the Art Nouveau décor to the gilded open elevators and immaculate stained-glass...Mercado de Jamaica, Mexico City, MexicoMercado de JamaicaMexico City, MexicoJamaica market offers approximately 5,000 types of flowers and plants, There are 1,150 posts dedicated to selling flowers, floral arrangements,...Reforma, Mexico City, MexicoReformaMexico City, MexicoNice walk.Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico City, MexicoMuseo Tamayo Arte ContemporáneoMexico City, MexicoA look inside one of the installations made by Yayoi Kusama.Libreria tres cruces, Mexico City, MexicoLibreria tres crucesMexico City, MexicoNever went to this library even though i used to cross in front of it every day. You can find old books or even sell. Is nice :) #indoorsJardín 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...Reserva Natural de Aves, Mexico City, MexicoReserva Natural de AvesMexico City, MexicoNamed the "Mexican Venice", Xochimilco is not only famous for it's colorful boats. Here you can also find an amazing fauna, like this beatiful grey...
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