1900s Architecture Reforma Avenue The Reforma´s Imperial Hotel has an architectural French construction, built in the initiating age of the skyscrapers in our country, was ended in 1896, During the presidency of Porfirio Díaz, who headed its inauguration in 1904 Architecture Reforma, Mexico, Blondes 20Th, 1900S Architecture, Avenue Glorieta, Architecture French, 1900 1900 1909, Blondes History, History 1900 1909
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Ruta de Cortés
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A map depicting Cortés's invasion route from the coast to the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan.
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Templo Mayor - Situation of the Templo Mayor (upper centre) in the central district of Tenochtitlan, the Aztec city built where Mexico City is located today.
GRAN TENOCHTITLAN EN 1519, Luis Covarrubias, pintura al óleo
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"Panorama del valle, de la laguna y la ciudad de Tenochtitlán", de Miguel Covarrubias, "El Chamaco"
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Tenochtitlan | Founding of the City (present: Mexico City)
Tlatelolco - Militant Aztecs migrated to the region during the early 14th century. The Aztecs served as allies or mercenaries. In 1325 they founded the cities of Tenochtitlan and Tlatelolco on lake islands. In 1434 Aztecs become the dominant regional power.
Tenochtitlan, capitol of the Aztec Empire and present day Mexico City, as it would have looked when Cortes arrived. It was the largest city in the world, at least 200,000 strong.
Mexican muralism - Diego Rivera, showing the pre-Columbian Aztec city of Tenochtitlán, in the Palacio Nacional, Mexico City
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Tenochtitlán. Imagen de la página de un libro publicado en 1524. A la derecha, mapa de Tenochtitlán. A la izquierda, esbozo del Golfo de México. Atribuida a un colaborador de Hernán Cortés.
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The map of Tenochtitlan published along with a Latin version of Hernán Cortés's letters (Nuremberg, 1524) was the first picture Europeans had of the Culhua-Mexica city, the capital of the Aztec empire. The source of this woodcut map is unknown, and the author argues here that it was based on an indigenous map of the city. Once published in Europe, the city map and its companion map of the Gulf Coast, while certainly documentary, also assumed a symbolic function in supporting Cortés's (and thereby Spain's) just conquest of the Amerindian empire.http://i.imgur.com/sagpGFc.jpg
Like Venice, the Aztec capital city of Tenochtitlán was built on a series of marshy islands, though it was located in a mountain basin rather than a lagoon. This hand-colored woodcut map was the first picture Europeans had of the city, printed in Nuremberg, 1524
The Codex Mendoza - Circa 1540 - The first page of the 'Codex Mendoza,' which was printed in Mexico in 1540 and depicted the daily life and conquests of the Aztec empire, with traditional Aztec pictograms and explanations in Spanish.Created about twenty years after the Spanish conquest of Mexico (August 13,1521) with the intent that it be seen by Charles V, the Holy Roman Emperor and King of Spain...
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The Codex Mendoza is an Aztec codex, created about twenty years after the Spanish conquest of Mexico with the intent that it be seen by Charles V, the Holy Roman Emperor and King of Spain. It contains a history of the Aztec rulers and their conquests, a list of the tribute paid by the conquered, and a description of daily Aztec life, in traditional Aztec pictograms with Spanish explanations and commentary.
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"Apuntes sobre la antigua México Tenochtitlan del Dr. Ignacio Alcocer (1870-1936) ...A ver si lo encuentro para leerlo y ver de donde saco tantos detalles interesantísimos que incluye en este mapa, como los estanques al sur de la casa de los enanos.
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SABEN DEL ORIGEN DEL NOMBRE DE POLANCO?, SABEN PORQUE SE LLAMA ASÍ?. CUENTA LA HISTORIA QUE LOS TERRENOS PERTENECÍAN A LA HACIENDA DE LOS MORALES, CUANDO FUE LA REVOLUCIÓN SE FRACCIONÓ Y SE VENDIÓ A PARTICULARES QUE ERAN AFICIONADOS AL POLO, DE HECHO YA EXISTÍAN CAMPOS DE POLO QUE AÚN EXISTE EN EL "CAMPO MARTE" PERO LOS PROPIETARIOS HICERON SUS PROPIOS CAMPOS DE POLO QUE DESPUES SE LO VENDIERON A UNA COMPAÑÍA GRINGA DENOMINADA "POLAN COMPANY" QUE DESPUES SE ABREVIÓ EN POLAN CO