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Manuel Villanueva at Chapultepec Castle
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Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City, MexicoPalacio de Bellas ArtesMexico City, MexicoPalacio de bellas artes #mexico #mexicocity #architectureRoma 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...Mercado De Artesanias De "La Ciudadela", Mexico City, MexicoMercado De Artesanias De "La Ciudadela"Mexico City, MexicoHuichol craft . Handimade “calaveritas”, used for celebrating the day of the dead in Mexico, #travel&living #craft #handmade #traditions&customs...Conjunto Res Insurgentes San Angel, Mexico City, MexicoConjunto Res Insurgentes San AngelMexico City, MexicoNational University of Mexico's Central Library, decorated by the mexican artist Juan O'Gorman. Is one of the biggest in Mexico City. #mexico #unam...Monumental Plaza de Toros Mexico, Mexico City, MexicoMonumental Plaza de Toros MexicoMexico City, MexicoMonumental Plaza de Toros, the biggest in Mexico. Yesterday (5 feb) celebrated its 67th anniversary #travel #outdoors #mexico #arquitecture #getawayReserva 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...Chapultepec Castle, Mexico City, MexicoChapultepec CastleMexico City, MexicoSculptures of the Niños Héroes (Boy Heroes), also known as the Heroic Cadets or Boy Soldiers. They were six Mexican teenage military cadets that...Av. Ejercito Nacional, Mexico City, MexicoAv. Ejercito NacionalMexico City, MexicoArt installation made by the mexican artist Vicente Rojo in homage to Carlos Fuentes, the renowned writer of the novel The Most Transparent Region...Museo Jumex, Mexico City, MexicoMuseo JumexMexico City, MexicoStairs (from below) of the Jumex Museum. Conceived to host expositions of contemporary art, is one of the newest museums in Mexico City. Currently,...Fonart, Mexico City, MexicoFonartMexico City, MexicoDeath cult has been part of the mexican culture since prehispanic times. This is a "tzompantli", a skull rack used to honour the ancient gods. This...Roma norte, Mexico City, MexicoRoma norteMexico City, MexicoGiant "alebrije" of the 2014 parade. This one is called "Abeja muerta" (dead bee) and was one of the winners. Inside the ribs, honeycombs can be...The National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico City, MexicoThe National Museum of AnthropologyMexico City, MexicoThe National Museum of Anthropology is one of the most important museums of Mexico. It hosts thousands of pieces of all the cultures settled in...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...World Trade Center Mexico City, Mexico City, MexicoWorld Trade Center Mexico CityMexico City, MexicoFor a long time this was the highest building of Mexico City. Originally conceived to be a hotel, it hosts the mexican World Trade Center nowadays.Museo Franz Mayer, Mexico City, MexicoMuseo Franz MayerMexico City, MexicoMexico has lots of wonderful things: sandy beaches, magic towns, amazing landscapes and great people. But unfortunately there's also a huge problem...Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral, Mexico City, MexicoMexico City Metropolitan CathedralMexico City, MexicoThe Metropolitan Cathedral of Mexico is the largest cathedral in the Americas, and seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Mexico. It is situated...Roma Norte, Mexico City, MexicoRoma NorteMexico City, MexicoGiant "alebrijes" parade. The alebrijes are a popular (and colorful) handcaft made in the south part of Mexico. They represent fantastic creatures,...Chapultepec Castle, Mexico City, MexicoChapultepec CastleMexico City, MexicoSculpture of a Niño Héroe (Boy Heroe), also known as the Heroic Cadets or Boy Soldiers. They were six Mexican teenage military cadets that died...Monument to the Revolution, Mexico City, MexicoMonument to the RevolutionMexico City, MexicoThe Monument to the Revolution, conmemorates the Mexican Revolution and also functions as a mausoleum for the heroes of the Mexican Revolution. Was...En La Feria Del Libro En El Zócalo :), Mexico City, MexicoEn La Feria Del Libro En El Zócalo :)Mexico City, MexicoDía de Muertons or day for dead, like Halloween in US is celebrated on 11/02 in Mexico. Here are a lot of skull and color orange is made by flower...
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