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We had a nice 3 days in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. The town is named after Chief Oshkosh of the Menominee tribe. The town has a lot of old buildings and homes to look at. I was able to play pickleball and really enjoyed getting back on the court. There is Lake Winnebago and the Fox River with the town built around the shores. This is a nice town of little over 66,000 people and the summers are nice but ...
... driveway and away from their home. It's set on a hillside overlooking farming country, they're about two miles from town and the house was built by Paul's father after he tore down the old family home on the property.
Wisconsin is called 'dairyland' and hitting the road through this state is to see endless small dairy farms. But not like ours... see if you can pick the difference:
... the altar, and the vaulted ceiling is decorated with a mural on the Apocalypse by Orozco.
Escuela Nacional Preparatoria- Works by Orozco and Rivera are here.
Secretaría de Educación Pública- more than 120 mural panels on Mexican life, history and the revolution.
Palacio de Bellas Artes- Most notable mural is Diego's replica of a controversial mural commissioned in 1934 for the Rockefeller center in NY. The original was destroyed. Other works here by him, ...
Neighborhood of Mexico City. Best known for its canals. San Francisco Caltongo- One of the oldest neighborhoods in the borough. Xaltocán became a parish in 1976 and has a celebration to an image of the Virgin, which is said to have miraculously appeared in the pen of a turkey kept by an old woman. Julian Santana Barrera- A loner old guy who would collect the broken bodies of dolls and hang them in trees to keep away the evil spirits and to ...
Established 100 BC, name means "birthplace of the Gods". The Aztecs believed the Gods created the universe here. City reached its peak in AD 450. The collapse of the city shows that burning was limited to the ruling class buildings and they centered on major civic structures along the Avenue of the Dead. This is the internal uprising theory for why the city collapsed. They practiced human sacrifice. Avenue of the Dead- City's broad central avenue. Built in 100 AD, there ...
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