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One of the many sculptures in the Chapultepec park
Tlalloc god of rain, fertility, and water.
If you know your history, you can recognize all the subjects.
You can stay for hours studying the mural
Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera in the National Palace, Mexico
Two ladies enjoying a "happening" in the Zócalo
Beso de angel, guanábana, mezcal, mamey, cajeta... Which one?
Chapul (grasshopper)may refer to the shape of the hill, or the abundance of grasshoppers in the woods
The Park of Chapultepec
The fountain of the principal courtyard
Diego Rivera´s mural
Why does the custodian have a mask over his mouth?
Bench in the Botanical garden of the National Palace
Traditional rompope with different flavours
Saints, waiting for clients too
The grasshopper that gave the name to the park.
Your passport please
Part of the mural by Diego Rivera
Part of Diego Rivera´s mural
Taking notes of Diego Rivera´s murals
Sculpture in the patio of the National Palace, Mexico
One of many pharmacies
Fast food, also waiting for clients
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