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Mexico City Cathedral – Catedral Metropolitana, Mexico DF

Catedral Metropolitana, Mexico DF Posted by Sir Francis Canker Photography © on 2010-11-14 20:16:15 Tagged: , city , cathedral , catedral , zocalo , Tenochtitlan , architecture , arquitectura , lucena , brusaco , blue , hour , dusk , twilight , nigh...
by web networkings on Feb 19, 2016

The big pyramids and the small houses

Most cities -- ancient and modern -- show a big contrast between large civic architecture and the houses of the common people. I've been thinking about this contrast a lot recently. Last week I helped guide a tour of visitors from the Heard Museum to...
by Wide Urban World on Nov 14, 2015

Treasures Of Montezuma 2 1.3.26 for Android 2012

Treasures Of Montezuma 2  1.3.26 for Android 2012 A sequel to the popular PC game “Treasures of Montezuma” will please fans of puzzles and the match-3 genre. Over 100 levels... Read more »...
by Free Mobile Themes on Feb 12, 2012

10 Peradaban Dunia Yang Lenyap dengan Misterius

Sepanjang sejarah kita, peradaban - peradaban kuno banyak yang lenyap oleh kematian , dihapuskan oleh bencana alam atau invasi. Tetapi ada beberapa peradaban masyarakat yang hilang yang telah membuat para peneliti benar-benar bingung:10. PU...
by liputan 24 on Feb 8, 2011

10 Peradaban Dunia Yang Lenyap dengan Misterius

Sepanjang sejarah kita, peradaban - peradaban kuno banyak yang lenyap oleh kematian , dihapuskan oleh bencana alam atau invasi. Tetapi ada beberapa peradaban masyarakat yang hilang yang telah membuat para peneliti benar-benar bingung:10. PUEBLOA...
by liputan 24 on Jan 21, 2011

10 Peradaban Dunia Yang Lenyap dengan Misterius

Sepanjang sejarah kita, peradaban - peradaban kuno banyak yang lenyap oleh kematian , dihapuskan oleh bencana alam atau invasi. Tetapi ada beberapa peradaban masyarakat yang hilang yang telah membuat para peneliti benar-benar bingung:10. PUEBLOA...
by www.selebonline.com on Jan 21, 2011

Just Another Day on the Zócalo, Mexico City

The Zócalo is in many ways the true pulsating heart of Mexico City. Established on what was the Nahua city [...]...
by grantourismo on Aug 29, 2010

Subway System Excavations Important for Mexican Archaeology

Construction of the Metro Collective Transport System tunnels have benefited Mexican Archaeology by uncovering vestiges found in Mexico City. In 4 decades more than 20,000 objects from Prehispanic, Colonial, and Modern ages have been recovered, allow...
by The Archaeology News Network on Jul 8, 2010

Archaeological Finding Confirms Ixcateopan Produced Cotton

Ixcateopan, in Guerrero, was one of the last settlements to be subjugated by Mexica Empire, becoming tributary in the late 15th and early 16th centuries; at this archaeological zone, specialists from the National Institute of Anthropology and History...
by The Archaeology News Network on May 6, 2010


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