Mexico City’s Museo Nacional de Antropología is a wonderful achievement of modern architecture to house some of the most significant achievements of Mexican culture and heritage. You visit for both the building and the collection. World class and a must see for any visitor to Mexico DF !
Pyramid of the Sun Teotihuacan 19.6925° N, 98.8438° W San Juan Teotihuacán, Mexico About 50 short kilometers north of Mexico City lies the Pre-Hispanic City of Teotihuacan or ‘the place where the gods were created’. According to hieroglyphic texts from the Maya, the region is believed to have been called “Puh”, or “Place of Reeds” Built about 200 BC, Teotihuacan is believed to… Read More
Mexico City’s Bazaar Sabato has been humming since 1960, yes, as a weekend destination for the the tourists!
The entire area is lovely to walk around, with cobblestone streets, colonial houses beautifully kept full of color and happiness 🙂
A gallery, a workshop, a studio – where the juxtaposition of traditional Mexican folk objects combines with antiques and mid century exquisite objects. A multi faceted life envisioned by French antiques dealer and decorator Emmanuel Picault.
Estela de Luz Monument Paseo de la Reforma 509, Nueva Cobertura, México, D.F. To honor Mexico’s 200th year of independence from Spain, an open competition produced the impressive Estela de Luz. . The winning design by architect César Pérez Becerril consists of 1,700 panels of translucent quartz designed on a 104 meters height structure. It is a real marvel, this ‘Pillar of Light’. . César Pérez in… Read More