Fuck Yeah Mexico City

As long as the world lasts, so long shall last the renown, the glory of Mexico-Tenochtitlan - Chimalpain Cuauhtlehuanitzin
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Edificio de la Torre Banobras (Banco Nacional Hipotecario) durante la construcción, Nonoalco Tlatelolco, México DF 1962

Arq. Mario Pani y Luis Ramos

Torre Banobras (Banco Nacional Hipotecario) during construction, Nonoalco Tlatelolco, Mexico City 1962

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Las personas migrantes que escapan de la violencia que azota a sus países son frecuentemente discriminadas, amenazadas y secuestradas al atravesar México. 

Sumemos nuestras voces para ponerle fin a esta situación. Actúa ya en: www.alzatuvoz.org/migrantes

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"El descubrimiento del pulque" por José María Obregón, 1869


I’m going to cry. This was a treasure to find in Mexico.

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La tehuana. 1955.

Doña Dolores Olmedo posando para Diego Rivera.

Esta pintura forma parte de la colección permanente del museo.

Pueden ver esta pintura a detalle en Google Art Project.

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My mom always tells me about the time she ate mole and drank tequila with Dolores Olmedo at her house which now is the very famous Dolores Olmedo museum in Mexico City. My dad had a quite influential job at the always infamous  PRI and his best friend was the leader of the party in Mexico City, I guess Dolores was making friends with “influential” people.

Mother says that she remembers the way Dolores used the tortilla to scoop the mole from her plate while her hand was covered with expensive rings.

Well, cheers to that! Hace falta un molito poblano :(

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Frida Kahlo on a boat in Xochimilco, one of The Coolest Places in Mexico City, 1936, photo by Fritz Henle

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Mexico City 1963

Photo: Henri Cartier-Bresson 

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Guided by Tlaloc, the Aztec god of rain, Oribe Peralta helped Mexico overcome a torrential downpour and two disallowed goals to defeat Cameroon 1-0 in the Tricolors Group A opening match. 


Mexico 1-0 Cameroon

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