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Photos marked as were added from 23 September 2019.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Description Year
Taken
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 The Temple Sagrario was started in 1693 and took two centuries to complete.
1991
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 Differeing styles in the city centre.
1991
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 School exhibit about the 1991 Total Eclipse of the Sun.
1991
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 Mural showing Tarascan life in the Caltzontzin Theatre.
1991
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 Street market.
1991
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 Stall selling woven crafts.
1991
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 Sweet stall.
1991
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 The entrance to the market.
1991
Mexico
Patzcuaro Lake
Janitzio Island
 Janitzio Island is topped with a 40m high concrete statue of Jose Maria Morellos.
1991
Mexico
Patzcuaro Lake
Janitzio Island
 The island contains a large village.
1991
Mexico
Patzcuaro Lake
Janitzio Island
 The slopes of the island are extensively settled.
1991
Mexico
Patzcuaro Lake
Janitzio Island
 The village comes down to the lake.
1991
Mexico
Patzcuaro Lake
Janitzio Island
 View over the island.
1991
Mexico
Patzcuaro Lake
Janitzio Island
 Belltower.
1991
Mexico
Patzcuaro Lake
Janitzio Island
 The word janitzio means "place where it rains".
1991
Mexico
Tzintzuntzan
 The modern town of Tzintzuntzan.
1991
Mexico
Tzintzuntzan
 Ceramics for sale.
1991
Mexico
Tzintzuntzan
 A street full of ceramics.
1991
Mexico
Paricutin Volcano
Angahuan
 Angahuan is a Tarascan village.
1991
Mexico
Paricutin Volcano
Angahuan
 Angahuan is built on volcanic soil.
1991
Mexico
Paricutin Volcano
Angahuan
 The village church.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
 Mexico City is one of the largest cities in the world.
It was built on the site of the Aztec capital by the Spanish.
1995
Mexico
Mexico City
 Busy intersection in the city centre.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
 Jewellry shop.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
 Distinctive yellow Beetle taxis of Mexico city.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
 The church of Santo Domingo (1527).
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
 Newspaper stand.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
 Building with a carved stone from an Azrec temple.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
 Hospital founded by Hernan Cortez in 1524 on the site of his meeting with the Aztec Emperor, Moctezuma II.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Church of the Holy Sacrement
 Exterior stone decoration.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
 The 42 storey Tower of Latin America is the tallest building in Mexico City.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
 View from the Tower of Latin America.
1995
Mexico
Mexico City
 Green taxi.
1995
Mexico
Mexico City
Almeda Park
 Food stalls in the centrally located Almeda Park.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
 The Zocalo is the city's enormous main square
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
 The Zocalo is one of the largest squares in the world, 240 square metres in area.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
 The Zocalo is the site of the Aztec ceremonial centre.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
 The square is surrounded by elegant buildings.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
 The square is full of people on Sundays.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
 Dancers.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
 Craft sellers.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
Sacred Church
 The elaborately carved exterior.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
Sacred Church
 The interior.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
 Strollers and shoppers.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
National Palace
 The 18th century National Palace is the seat of the country's government.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
National Palace
 The interior courtyard.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
National Palace
 The central American Spanish empire was ruled from here during the colonial period.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
National Palace
 Detail of the Aztec Emperor
1995
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
National Palace
 Political mural by Diego Rivera.
1995
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
 The cathedral was built in 1520 from the ruins of an Aztec pyramid.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
 House with tiles.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Zona Rosa
 The Zona Rosa is the commercial centre of the city.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Zona Rosa
 Modern architecture.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Zona Rosa
 Street entertainers.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Zona Rosa
 Statue of Cuitlahuac, the last Aztec Emperor.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Zona Rosa
 Street scene.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Zona Rosa
 Monument to the Mexican Revolution.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Zona Rosa
Chapultepec Park
 The entrance to Chapultepec Park, once an island retreat for Aztec royalty.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Zona Rosa
Chapultepec Park
 Sunday in the park.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Coyoacan
 Coyoacan (Nahuatl for "place of the coyotes") is a suburb of Mexico City.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Coyoacan
 Street in the colonial suburb of Coyoacan.
1995
Mexico
Mexico City
Coyoacan
 A pretty square where Hernan Cortez had the last Aztec Emperor, Cuauhtemoc, killed.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Coyoacan
 Coyoacan is the artistic suburb of the city.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Coyoacan
 The suburb is full of colonial architecture as it was the location of the first Spanish settlement in the city.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Coyoacan
 The house of La Malincha, the native mistress and translator of Hernan Cortez.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Coyoacan
 The Capilla de la Concepcion.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Coyoacan
 The Capilla de la Concepcion dates from the 1520s.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Coyoacan
Frida Kahlo Museum
 The Casa Azul (Blue House), home of the artist Frida Kahlo.
1995
Mexico
Mexico City
Coyoacan
 Pastel coloured church.
1995
Mexico
Mexico City
Coyoacan
 Typical Coyoacan street.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Coyoacan
 Comic book stand.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Coyoacan
 Pastel coloured houses.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Coyoacan
Leon Trotsky Museum
 The house where Russian revolutionary, Leon Trotsky lived during his exile.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Xochimilco
 Xochimilco is the floating gardens used by the Aztecs for growing food.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Xochimilco
 The floating gardens were set up in the 13th century and once covered much of Mexico City.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Xochimilco
 The small area of floating gardens remaining in the city is popular for family outings.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Xochimilco
 Mexicans enjoying Sunday on the floating gardens on boats called trajineras.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Xochimilco
 Trajinera selling snacks.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Xochimilco
 Trajinera selling flowers.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Xochimilco
 Family buying snacks.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Xochimilco
 Couple selling snacks from a trajinera.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Xochimilco
 A busy day on the floating gardens.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Xochimilco
 Marimba players.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Xochimilco
 Mariachi players.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
Xochimilco
 Family on a trajinera.
1991
Mexico
Mexico City
 Mexico City is surrounded by volcanos.
1995
Mexico
Mexico City
 Mexico City is at the altitude of 2240m and is surrounded by volcanos.
1991
Mexico
Ixmiquilpan
 Ixmiquilpan is an Otomi village.
1991
Mexico
Ixmiquilpan
 Ixmiquilpan is a market town.
1991
Mexico
Ixmiquilpan
 Boxed chickens.
1991
Mexico
Ixmiquilpan
 Ceramic goods.
1991
Mexico
Tepotzlan
 Tepotzlan is a village surrounded by hills.
1991
Mexico
Tepotzlan
 Tepotzlan is a Nahua village.
1991
Mexico
Tepotzlan
 The village church in the central plaza.
1991
Mexico
Tepotzlan
 Hills tower over the central plaza.
1991
Mexico
Tepotzlan
 The busy market.
1991
Mexico
Morelos
Tepotzlan
 Ceramics on sale.
1991
Mexico
Tepotzlan
 House built in Aztec style.
1991
Mexico
Taxco
 The beautiful colonial city of Taxco at 1660m, once the centre of a silver mining region.
1991
Mexico
Taxco
 Taxco is at 1778m.
1991

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