Teotihuacán, Mexico - UNESCO World Heritage Site - located NE of Mexico City, Teotihuacan is one of the oldest known archaeological sites in Mexico.

Teotihuacán, Mexico - UNESCO World Heritage Site - located NE of Mexico City, Teotihuacan is one of the oldest known archaeological sites in Mexico. One of my favorite memories of Mexico

La solución de Nezahualcóyotl contra las inundaciones en la Ciudad de México-Tenochtitlan -  Es un hecho innegable que el clima año con año se vuelve más extremo e impredecible. Somos testigos del poder de la naturaleza y es entonces cuando reconocemos nuestro verdadero lugar en la tierra. Nos damos cuenta de lo frágiles que somos y de la poca preparación que tenemos para afrontar estos sucesos, los cuales no son nuevos y que se han venido sufriendo desde hace milenios.    Un ejemplo muy…

La solución de Nezahualcóyotl contra las inundaciones en la Ciudad de México-Tenochtitlan - Es un hecho innegable que el clima año con año se vuelve más extremo e impredecible. Somos testigos del poder de la naturaleza y es entonces cuando reconocemos nuestro verdadero lugar en la tierra. Nos damos cuenta de lo frágiles que somos y de la poca preparación que tenemos para afrontar estos sucesos, los cuales no son nuevos y que se han venido sufriendo desde hace milenios. Un ejemplo muy…

Details of maya glyphs on a stelae from the archaeological site of Mixco Viejo in Guatemala.

Maya Glyphs ~ The Mayan script, also known as Mayan glyphs or Mayan hieroglyphs, is the writing system of the Maya civilization of Mesoamerica, currently the only Mesoamerican writing system that has been substantially deciphered.

Xochipilli - Aztec God of Art.    The god of art, games, beauty, dance, flowers, maize, and song in Aztec mythology, seated cross-legged on his throne. The name means Prince of Flowers.    Origin: Tlalmanalko, Mexico.    Location of the statue: Museo Nacional de Antropologia, Mexico City.

Xochipilli - Aztec God of Art. The god of art, games, beauty, dance, flowers…

Resultado de imagen para traditional aztec house

Resultado de imagen para traditional aztec house

"An eagle with a snake in its mouth recognizes the Aztec heritage of Mexico. 
According to Aztec legend, the gods advised the Aztec people to build their capital on the location in which they saw an eagle, perched on a prickly pear tree, eating a serpent. They built their capital, Tenochtitlan, on what is now the main plaza of Mexico City."

Mis oraciones y plegarias contigo México Terremoto de grados en Ciudad de México deja al menos 42 muertos. My thoughts and prayers go out to the people of Mexico City At least 42 people are reported dead after this afternoon's magnitude in Mexico

Chacmool-1943  Excavated in 1943 at the corner of Venustiano Carranza and Pino Suarez   Streets, Mexico City. Wears a Tlaloc mask and a pendant with an        archaistic motif.

Excavated in 1943 at the corner of Venustiano Carranza and Pino Suarez Streets, Mexico City. Wears a Tlaloc mask and a pendant with an archaistic motif.

Mayan Ruins. Mexico (I've been here. I love Mexico and it's history)

Becan is an archaeological site of the Maya civilization in pre-Columbian Mesoamerica. Becan is located near the center of the Yucatán Peninsula, in the present-day Mexican state of Campeche.

Aztec tattoos and their meanings. Tattoos in the Aztec culture were always done in honor of some Aztec God. They were done only during rituals.

Intricate Aztec Tattoos and Their Mythical Meanings

Aztec tattoos and their meanings. Tattoos in the Aztec culture were always done in honor of some Aztec God. They were done only during rituals.

The great Aztec Sun Stone (12 feet in diameter) was unearthed in Mexico in 1790 and remains one of the most remarkable vestiges of the Aztec Empire ever found.

The great Aztec Sun Stone feet in diameter) was unearthed in Mexico in 1790 and remains one of the most remarkable vestiges of the Aztec Empire ever found.

One of 12 ceramic lids to a censer, or incense burner, that features portraits of Copan kings. It originally sat atop a large clay vessel...used for burning incense Mayan culture

One of 12 ceramic lids to a censer, or incense burner, that features portraits of Copan kings. It originally sat atop a large clay vessel.used for burning incense Mayan culture This is Yax Kuk Mo - the Mayan king who wore goggles

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