Images of Mexico
Images of Mexico
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Anonymous, Mexico | Tabernacle, Second half of the 18th Century | Image and original data provided by Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros
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Colonial Art | Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros
Sacred Waters, a cave in Yucatan, Mexico
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Dive the Yucatán's Cenotes Mexico Beyond its white-sand beaches and beneath its lush forests, the Yucatán Peninsula resembles Swiss cheese. That's good news for divers: The area's cave-pocked limestone, filled with fresh blue water, offers a world of subterranean diving. And because the cenotes around Playa del Carmen are warm, wide, and relatively shallow, certified divers without specialized training can explore them, making the area one of the world's foremost cave-diving locales. Here, popular holes like Dos Ojos offer a window into the Earth's belly: stalactites formed over millennia hang from the ceiling, fossils hide in the corners, and holes in the rock bring in a laser show of electric blue and green light. Delving deeper into the caves–past the signs with death warnings, skulls, and crossbones–requires an advanced cave diver certification, but no matter. Even within a few hundred feet of the surface, the cenotes offer a glimpse into what the Maya believed were the sacred passageways to the underworld. Dive Cenotes, based in Playa del Carmen, offers guided two-tank dive tours of cenotes for certified divers ($100; www.divecenotes.com). Divers need special cave diving certification to leave the external cavern to explore the caves.
Dzitnup, Mexico (2010) by John Stanmeyer, National Geographic - A single frame can transport us to one of our planet’s far-flung and beautiful places. In this one, stalactites and a sunbeam spotlight a swimmer in the Xkeken cenote, a natural well in the Yucatán thought by the Maya to lead to the underworld
Turquoise Water Cave, Xkeken Cenote, Mexico, photo from National Geographic - wow. #nature #pool #light
Mayas natural well! Adding this to my bucket list
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Mexico traditional dress
I am Latina.....my children will learn these dances just like I did. Viva Mexico!
Colores de México
Costa Cayeres, Mexico
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Awesome tropical house, beautiful layout, great position overlooking the ocean, and simple but stunning concept, the infinity pool goes around the whole hose, every bedroom has his own balcony and door to the pool, Costa Careyes, Mexico
Our beach home!
swimming pool around the house
Costa Careyes Resort, Careyes, Mexico. My favorite place in Mexico! Amazing house
Costa Careyes Resort, Careyes, Mexico. #Travel
best dream house design villa at mexico
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Beautiful Guadalajara, México #mexico #guadalajara #no saben las ganas que tengo de andar por ese hermoso lugar México ♥
¿Tuviste un día aburrido? | BestDay.com.mx | #tour #travel #mexico #city #guadalajara
Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Mango-on-a-Stick with chili powder Very common to see Mexicans use chili powder on a variety of foods including sweets.
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Chili M incisions around the mango from the base up, so that it opens out like a flower. Sprinkle with a little chili or your favorite hot sauce and #Fresh Fruit| http://fresh-fruit-recipe-464.blogspot.com
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Chili Mango: Make incisions around the mango from the base up, so that it opens out like a flower. Sprinkle with a little chili seasoning or your favorite hot sauce, spike on a stick & enjoy!
Popocatepetl Vulcano, Mexico. 18-04-2012
Photos, Clouds, Chile, Erupting Volcano, Sky, Volcanic Eruption, Sunsets, Mothers Nature, Smoke
The spectacle in the sky: From the monstrous volcano in Chile comes out red smoke | Beautiful photos from Nature
A cloud of ash billowing from Puyehue volcano near Osorno in southern Chile, 870 km south of Santiago, on June 5, 2011. Mother Nature: destructive at times, but always beautiful.
Crazy photo of the erupting volcano in Chile, the Puyehue volcano.
Sunset mingles with smoke from a volcanic eruption in Chile
A cloud of ash pours from Puyehue volcano in southern Chile at sunset on June 5, 2011. (Photo credit, Claudio Santana/AFP/Getty Images)
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Dia de los Muertos in Oaxaca Mexico - what a respectful thing to do each year - clean up your loved one's gravesite and decorate it with flowers and have a picnic!
To the indigenous peoples of Mexico, death was considered the passage to a new life and so the deceased were buried with many of their personal objects, which they would need in the hereafter.
Tacos al pastor
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Shawerma (شاورما) - composed of chicken breast pieces or meat stacked together with layers of butter and chicken fat in between, this joint is then roasted on the spit for as long as 7-8 hours to develop that glorious texture
Shawarma roasting and made into sandwiches and wraps are street food in Ontario
The Best Döner Kebab in Berlin - Mustafas Gemüse Kebab, Oranienburger Straße, Mitte
Doner Kebabs in Germany...or France...not picky really
fast food para comer en estambul
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México DF, Mexico City
Mexico lindo y querido!!
Ciudad de México (Mexico City)
México lindo y querido = )
México City. Lost in my little world: HA!!!, And You Thought We Were Riding Donkeys, Mexico City.
Whale watching in Baja, Mexico. Amazing.
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Whale watching in Baja, Mexico. 1. it's amazing and beautiful. 2. I think I'd poop myself if I was on that boat, lol!
Neat...but intimidating. I wouldn't jump in there with that big animal. I might pet it from the boat and talk to it softly in hopes he/she wouldn't tip it over... Original text with image: I have a feeling those people will be in the water soon.
Whale watching. Grey Whale, Magdalena Bay, Baja, Mexico photo via ittany
Whale watching in Baja, Mexico ♥ ♥ www.paintingyouwithwords.com/ Holy cow.
Amazing picture of a big whale swimming to a boat. #wildlife #life #nature #love #like #awesome #amazing #swag #nice #pretty #natural #beautiful #whale #sea #ocean #water #blue
Whale watching in Baja, Mexico, BUCKET LIST!
Whale watching in Baja, Mexico - the shape in the water didn't make sense to me at first. That's more than mere whale watching!
Summer monsoon clouds over an emerald pool and waterfall in Baja California, Mexico
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Summer monsoon clouds over an emerald pool and waterfall in Baja California, Mexico #Beautiful #Places #Photography
The Emerald Pool and Waterfall, Baja California, Mexico #travel #nature #green #emerald #falls
The Emerald Pool and Waterfall – Baja California, Mexico | Most Amazing in the world
My 2011 Best Nature and Landscape Photographs
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LUCHADOR / WRESTLER Huracan Ramirez
horrorhostmagazine: A photo of Huracan Ramirez — Possibly one of the greatest Lucha Libre images ever.
Huracan Ramirez mask - luchamask liber mask @ maskmaniac.com
Mexican Wrestler =) "Huracan Ramirez"
Huracán Ramírez #luchalibre
Cocina Tradicional Mexicana
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Cocina Tradicional Mexicana, regularmente en provincia y haciendas..... #mexican food
la tradicional cocina mexicana
Cocina Tradicional Mexicana. (Traditional Mexican Kitchen)
Piñata en San agustín Etla, Oaxaca. México. - It's believed that piñatas originated among the Aztecs, the Maya and other indigenous peoples of Mexico, who used to made pots and hollow clay sculptures in the shape of their gods. These piñatas, some filled with grain or fruit, were broken in the celebrations and religious festivals and the spilled contents represented the abundance or favors granted by the gods.
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Every birthday a Mexican Pinata!
Piñata en San agustín Etla, Oaxaca. México. - It's believed that piñatas have originated among the Aztecs, the Maya and other indigenous peoples of Mexico, whom used to made pots and hollow clay sculptures in the shape of their gods. These piñatas, some filled with grain or fruit, were breaking in the celebrations and religious festivals and the spilled contents represented the abundance or favors granted by the gods
Mexican ice pops, shaved ices, and agua frescas. Berries, hibiscus, horchatas, coconut, chocolate summer ices and drinks, sign me up!
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Paletas: Authentic recipes for Mexican ice pops, shaved ice and aguas frescas. Mexican recipe book
Paletas: Authentic Recipes for Mexican Ice Pops, Shaved Ice & Aguas Frescas - Kindle edition by Fany Gerson, Ed Anderson. Cookbooks, Food & Wine Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.
El Zócalo, Mexico City Randy Faris / Corbis The plaza of the Constitution is the second-largest square in the world. It was the religious and political seat of the Mexica Empire before the Spanish Conquest. Built by the Spanish over the ruins of the Templo Mayor, the plaza now showcases early colonial architecture, including the cathedral and the national palace. Over 20 museums, hundreds of libraries, restaurants, bars, cafés, and stores, and the ruins of the original temple (inside a museu
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El Zócalo, Mexico City Randy Faris / Corbis The plaza of the Constitution is the second-largest square in the world. It was the religious and political seat of the Mexica Empire before the Spanish Conquest. Built by the Spanish over the ruins of the Templo Mayor, the plaza now showcases early colonial architecture, including the cathedral and the national palace. Over 20 museums, hundreds of libraries, restaurants, bars, cafés, and stores, and the ruins of the original temple (inside a museum)
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Charly Kurz / Laif-Redux This borough is the home of a system of canals where small artificial agricultural plots, called chinampas, are used to grow ornamental and edible plants, the latter used as organic ingredients for high-end restaurants in the area. Hop aboard atrajinera (a man-powered small boat) and enjoy the food, mariachi music, and the sights. The zone is full of cultural, culinary, and shopping options. Centro de Xochimilco; www. xochimilco.df.gob.mx/turismo For 9 more hot
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Mexico City > 10 travel delights
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Campo de Agave, Tequila, Jalisco Mexico
Tequila, Jalisco.Such a beautiful place happy I've seen it
Just an hour and half from the city of Guadalajara, is a town that was born in Jalisco culture, Teuchitlán, whose magic is felt in an instant. Here is the most important archaeological zone of Jalisco, "The Guachimontones" a spectacular site where ancient cultures with about 2 000 settlements, ranging from minimum rest areas where it left traces of human presence to complex and beautiful ceremonial centers.
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