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Downtown Mexico City

I spent Sunday morning with a friend exploring the Zocalo (the main square) and the historical center. The highlights included the Diego Rivera murals in the Palacio Nacional, the Aztec ruins (Templo Mayor), and of course the general hustle and bustle of people enjoying their Sunday.

The photos probably speak for themselves...


The murals:

Christmas decorations!

Comments (3)


Excellent decorations - what the heck are they made of???

Kim, I am not sure but it looked like some metal/mesh base with fabric and plastic "thingies" on top. (I know, not a good explanation! But they looked very good!)


They are cool; so different from our lights - wonder how/where they store them off season!

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