An awesome visual guide to Mexican traditions, holidays, folklore and more.  A great resource to learn about the culture of #mexico.

An awesome visual guide to Mexican traditions, holidays, folklore and more. A great resource to learn about the culture of Mexico.

A Diego Rivera mural depicting the history of Mexico, in the Palacio Nacional in Mexico City

Mexico City Guide: Art Galleries, Shopping Spots, and Restaurants

A Diego Rivera mural depicting the history of Mexico, in the Palacio Nacional in Mexico City

Loretto Chapel, Santa Fe, New Mexico,  former Roman Catholic church that is now used as a museum and wedding chapel

Loretto Chapel - Sante Fe, New Mexico! One of my fave cities! Love the history of the city and this beautiful chapel! Be sure and check out the story of the "miracle staircase":

Mesoamerican Pyramids   machu picchu

Rising 79 feet above the ancient Maya city of Chichén Itzá, the El Castillo pyramid has four sides with 91 stairs each. Including the step on the top platform, the total number of steps is for each day of the year.

National Museum of History, Mexico City

National Museum of History, Mexico City ~ Chapultepec Park. At acres, it’s said to be the largest public park in the Western Hemisphere and makes an expansive playground where families spread out for a day of eating and relaxing.

10 Things to do in Downtown Los Angeles (on a walking tour)

Sometimes on a weekend when D and I find ourselves without any plans, we ride the train up to downtown Los Angeles. We mainly go to eat at one little Mexican stand called Rodolfo’s.

This scenic byway, connects the major New Mexican cities of Santa Fe and Albuquerque.

Travel New Mexico's Exquisite Turquoise Trail

This scenic byway, connects the major New Mexican cities of Santa Fe & Albuquerque.

Yeso a ghost town in New Mexico, USA.

Ghost towns of New Mexico, America

UNESCO World Heritage Site - Pueblo Bonito, Chaco Culture Nat'l Hist'l Park, Chaco Canyon, NM. photo: Scott Haefner Photo

UNESCO World Heritage Site - Pueblo Bonito, Chaco Culture National Historical Park, Chaco Canyon, NM. - by Scott Haefner Photo

National University of Mexico Library, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Juan O'Gorman et al; Mexico City, Mexico; 1950-1953. Fully covered in mosaics depicting the history of Mexico and the university.

Central Library at National Autonomous University of Mexico — Mexico City, Mexico 49 Breathtaking Libraries From All Over The World

The History of Mexico - Diego Rivera / Start Date: 1929 Completion Date:1935 Style: Muralism Series: The History of Mexico Genre: history painting Technique: fresco Gallery: National Palace, Mexico City, Mexico.

The History of Mexico - Diego Rivera / Start Date: 1929 Completion Style: Muralism Series: The History of Mexico Genre: history painting Technique: fresco Gallery: National Palace, Mexico City, Mexico.

Diego Rivera  The History of Mexico:  Mexico Tomorrow  1935  National Palace,   Mexico City

Diego Rivera The History of Mexico: Mexico Tomorrow 1935 National Palace, Mexico City

sierra-madre map - http://johnrieber.com/2014/10/26/gods-middle-finger-drugs-death-danger-and-treasure-in-the-sierra-madre/

Map Long before the Europeans arrived, Mexico was home to many indigenous peoples, with the Olmec, Maya and powerful Aztec cultures the most notable.

#onlyinhawaii will you experience the historical dance called Hula dancing and paired with music that will completely rid anyone of daily stress they left on the mainland.

The ancient cultural traditions of Hawaii live on in the Hula. The dance is taught and performed today all around the world, including Japan, France, Germany and Mexico.

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