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I was somehow drawn towards the end of Madero where I saw these tarps. Perhaps an open air city market?
It was in fact a shanty town of modern revolutionaries. Even had street names etc.
Monumento a La Revolucion. Th e Monument honoring the Revolution is found in the center of the Square of the Republic, on Iglesias, Arriaga and …
I really enjoyed my two days walking the streets of Mexico City ... the street performers mainly providing both colour and character to this city.
This entry will eventually have most of these street scenes and were mainly taken along the Avenida Madero or immediate streets.
Being Sunday part of the main streets were blocked off …
Across the road was this wonderful gallery.
Three exhibitions were on.
Ozymandias by Sergio Garvel
Resonancias which had 50 photos taken by National Geographic photographers from around the world to celebrate 125 years.
Timo by Rodrigo de la Sierra.
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The National Palace, (or Palacio Nacional in Spanish), is the seat of the federal executive in Mexico. It is located on Mexico City's main square, the Plaza de la Constitución (El Zócalo). This site has been a palace for the ruling class of Mexico since the Aztec empire, and much of the current …
Blood Sweat and tiers: Templo Mayor was the temple at the heart of the Aztec Empire and the ceremonial centerpiece of the Aztec Empire.
It lay undisturbed for 600 years until unearthed as recent as 1978 right in the heart of Mexico City by the Zocalo.
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The Templo Mayor was …