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Cañada de la Virgen, Allende, Guanajuato "La casa de los trece cielos"

Cañada de la Virgen, Allende, Guanajuato "La casa de los trece cielos"

Pyramids in Penjamo, Estado mexicano de Guanajuato. where my roots started

Pyramids in Penjamo, Estado mexicano de Guanajuato. where my roots started

Copán, Honduras; (America, northern continent)

My wife and i recently visited the Mayan ruins at Copan and once again we had a marvelous time.

Cañada de la Virgen, Guanajuato

Cañada de la Virgen, Guanajuato

Carta dell'antica Tenochtitlan, (Città del Messico) Pianta della città di autore sconosciuto,1524 Newberry Library, Chicago.

Map of Ancient Tenochtitlan, Mexico City was built atop this Aztec lake-town. "Nothing stays buried forever in Mexico." -- The Patron Saint of Plagues

Steps of the main Aztec pyramid at Teopanzolco in the state of Morelos, Mexico, circa 1875, photo by Teobert Maler, courtesy of the Getty.

humanoidhistory: “ Steps of the main Aztec pyramid at Teopanzolco in the state of Morelos, Mexico, circa photo by Teobert Maler, courtesy of the Getty.

Mictlantecuhtli ( from the Nahuatl 'Lord of the underworld', derived from tecuh-tli "sir" and Mictlan "place of the Dead") is the Aztec, Zapotec and Mixtec God of the underworld and the dead of the ancient México.:

Mictlantecuhtli, "Lord of the underworld", from tecuh-tli "sir" and Mictlan "place of the Dead", is the Aztec, Zapotec and Mixtec God of the underworld and the dead of the ancient México.

Mazahua women Mexico by Teyacapan

Mazahua Women Mexico These are the traditionally accepted costumes or dresses of the various regions of Mexico from generations past up to currently - for more of Mexico visit www.

Zona arqueológica de Atzompa, Oaxaca.

Zona arqueológica de Atzompa, Oaxaca.

Map of Tenochtitlan. Would love to have maps like this in my house; paying homage to old dynasties that I love studying...

Tenochtitlan, Capital City of Aztec Mexico, an Island Connected by Causeways to Land, c.1520

Tenochtitlan, Capital City of Aztec Mexico, an Island Connected by Causeways to…

Textilería de la cultura TIAHUANACO Desgraciadamente no se ha conservado ninguna muestra de tejidos antiguos, perdidos a causa de las lluvias, frecuentes en el Altiplano. Los magníficos tapices y los mantos pintados, que se encontraron en las tumbas del litoral, deben pertenecer casi todos ellos a una fase tardía de la cultura Tiahuanaco.

Textilería de la cultura TIAHUANACO Desgraciadamente no se ha conservado ninguna muestra de tejidos antiguos, perdidos a causa de las lluvias, frecuentes en el Altiplano. Los magníficos tapices y los mantos pintados, que se encontraron en las tumbas del litoral, deben pertenecer casi todos ellos a una fase tardía de la cultura Tiahuanaco.

Diego Rivera murals at Cuernavaca's Palacio de Cortés, Mexico

Diego Rivera murals at Cuernavaca's Palacio de Cortés. With Malcom Lowry in Under the Volcano

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