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Mexico City

William Keller at Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe
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 #getawayBasilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Mexico City, MexicoBasilica of Our Lady of GuadalupeMexico City, MexicoThe Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe is a Roman Catholic church, basilica and National shrine of Mexico in the north of Mexico City. The shrine...Centro, Mexico City, MexicoCentroMexico City, MexicoColours and Architecture - Historico Central, Mexico City.Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City, MexicoPalacio de Bellas ArtesMexico City, MexicoOne of many shots I took this weekend in Mexico City as part of the activities during Halloween or el Día de los Muertos, as its better celebrated...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...Xochimilco, Mexico City, MexicoXochimilcoMexico City, MexicoThe famous “floating gardens” where built by the Aztecs to create arable agricultural land on ancient shallow lakes. Today this is a popular...Mexico City, MexicoMexico CityMexicoView of the historical center from the rooftop cafe at the hotelMexico City Metropolitan Cathedral, Mexico City, MexicoMexico City Metropolitan CathedralMexico City, MexicoThe Metropolitan Cathedral in Mexico City is the the largest cathedral on the American continent. Construction began in 1573 and consists of 16...Totem Canadiense, Mexico City, MexicoTotem CanadienseMexico City, MexicoTótem Canadiense "Canadian totem" was donated in 1960 Totem symbolically expresses the relationship of Aboriginal peoples with mysterious forces of...Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City, MexicoPalacio de Bellas ArtesMexico City, MexicoPalacio de Bellas Artes at night is a sight to make your heart beat faster. It has written 'Mexico' in every inch of marble, every shiny light,...Mexico City, MexicoMexico CityMexicoRestaurant the house of the sirens, is located in the center of Mexico City, behind the Cathedral, is Mexican food, highly recommended.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 :) #indoorsEmbarcadero Nativitas, Xochimilco, Mexico City, MexicoEmbarcadero Nativitas, XochimilcoMexico City, MexicoA World Heritage Site, Xochimilco is known for its canals that date back from the pre-Hispanic era. A ride in a colorful trajinera is a must if you...Plaza Tlaxcoaque, Mexico City, MexicoPlaza TlaxcoaqueMexico City, MexicoThis plaza, monument and fountain was constructed and donated by the people of Azerbaijan to the people of Mexico, and stands today as a...Museo Nacional de Historia, Castillo de Chapultepec, Mexico City, MexicoMuseo Nacional de Historia, Castillo de ChapultepecMexico City, MexicoMural "Del porfirismo a la Revolución (1957 - 1966) by David Alfaro Siqueiros The main wall is divided into 5 blocks: (Fifth) The people in arms,...Calle Correo Mayor, Mexico City, MexicoCalle Correo MayorMexico City, MexicoAnd there, in the middle of the street a Virgin of Guadalupe of a meter long beside a Saint Jude, another saint highly praised in Mexico It is very...Mexico City, MexicoMexico CityMexicoThe Teatro de las BellasArtes in Mexico City is truly unique. We especially love the orange tinted dome! @visitmexico #mexicocity #theatre...
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