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Mexico City (Ciudad de México) is the capital city of Mexico. Abbreviations: CDMX and DF.


Time

Mexico City is on Central Daylight Time
Current time in Mexico City


If it is 4pm in Mexico City, what time is it elsewhere?

Events


Museum Exhibits - 1917 Constitution
National Palace - http://www.gob.mx/shcp/galerias/exposicion-constitucion-1917-2017-imagenes-y-voces-en-palacio-nacional?idiom=es
Chapultepec Castle - http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/articulo/cultura/patrimonio/2017/02/16/la-constitucion-en-el-castillo-de-chapultepec

September 1-10 La Fiesta de las Culturas Indígenas al #Zócalo
#CiudadSinMuros
https://twitter.com/CulturaCDMX/status/896805631390343168
https://twitter.com/CulturaCDMX
http://cultura.cdmx.gob.mx/eventos/evento/fci2017

Información adicional:

Redes sociales del evento:

February 12-18, 2018 Semana de Viajes Responsables (Responsible Travel Week) #rtweek18

May 16-18, 2018 Congreso Internacional Comer En La Calle
La capital mexicana, donde confluyen las más diversas formas de comida callejera, será el escenario para reunir especialistas de todo el mundo interesados en el análisis de este fenómeno.
#ComerEnLaCalle (Facebook)
#ComerEnLaCalle (Twitter)
@ComerEnLaCalle_
https://www.instagram.com/comer_en_la_calle

Facebook

La Ciudad de México en el tiempo
https://www.facebook.com/LAPAREDARTECONTEMPORANEO


Livestreaming

Webcams de méxico

Headlines

http://www.gq.com/story/is-mexico-city-the-new-iceland
http://planeta.com/1704worldbikeforum
https://www.cronicaambiental.com.mx/df/prepara-la-cdmx-colocacion-de-bono-verde
Historic transfers of urban monuments
La CdMx tiene mala calidad del aire - Grupo Milenio
el-basurero-de-tanya-muller - @hdemauleon
glorieta-de-los-coyotes-caos-y-abandono-se-seca-arbol
Sistine Chapel
Mexico City's Invisible Rivers - @dromomanos
los-rios-invisibles-de-la-ciudad-de-mexico
mexico-city-airport-to-go-ahead-despite-budget-cuts-and-environmental-opposition
Invita la Central de Abasto a su tradicional romería del rábano
5 Best pulque in Mexico City - chilledmagazine
http://hellodf.com/100-cosas-que-debes-hacer-en-el-df-mexico-2
A New Lab to Reinvent Mexico City - Techonomy
Mexico City Renaissance - Joshua Berman
Now is possible to buy a temporary pass (1, 3 or 7 days) for Ecobici - shared bicycle program
In Mexico City, a small hotel with big green credentials: El Patio 77
Tourism Ministry unveils the path of Juan Diego - La Jornada

Flickr

National Art Museum
Miniature Mexico

Flickr Groups

MUNAL looking images of the Fatherland
City More Beautiful

Flipboard

https://flipboard.com/@yogafernando/cdmx-ecierdu1z
View my Flipboard Magazine.


Twitter

TorrucoTurismo
DisfrutaCdMx
guiadelcentro
SMA_AmbienteDF
planverde
turismocdmx
MarphilMexico
CasaRefugiados
Imuseofridakahlo
mna_inah
cdmexeneltiempo
guiadelcentro
@aeropuertoMEX
@RafaelPacchiano
https://twitter.com/cenartmx
https://twitter.com/TomBuckley519
https://twitter.com/AICM_mx

Wikipedia

Francisco_I._Madero_Avenue

rss

Mexico City Treasure Hunt Pool
basilica guadalupe - Google News

Radio tower
Mexico City Treasure Hunt

treasures

Recommended Listening



http://www.radiounam.unam.mx
@RadioUNAM

'Neither a victory nor a defeat' - across time Tlatelolco - In October 2008, in Mexico City, Through Thousands of people marched the streets to mark the 40th anniversary of a brazen and brutal repression of student protesters, Carried out by the state on the eve of the 1968 Mexico City Olympic Games. The Tlatelolco massacre, as it Became Known, yet more blood spilled upon one of Mexico City's Most Significant historical and archaeological sites. In Hindsight we explore the rich layers of history at Tlatelolco.

Recommended Viewing

http://www.proyecto40.com/videoteca/cultura/el-foco
http://www.proyecto40.com/videoteca/cultura/el-foco/2016-03-06-17-30/republica-de-cuba/

The Shrine of Guadalupe - Burt Wolf
http://www.burtwolf.com/program-blog/tt-502

Cycling

Mexico City Got Bikers How to Stop Worrying and Ride
http://www.theatlanticcities.com/arts-and-lifestyle/2011/10/selling-biking-in-Mexico-City/339

Diablo
http://www.diablos.com.mx
https://twitter.com/DiablosRojosMX
http://www.diablos.com.mx/home.php
https://www.facebook.com/DiablosRojosMX



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Alameda Park



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https://www.facebook.com/laciudaddemexicoeneltiempo/photos/a.195987210423307.42656.187533597935335/1178009425554409/?type=3&theater
La Alameda de Santa María la Ribera en una fotografía de los años veinte. A la derecha se aprecia el Kiosco Morisco, trasladado aquí desde la Alameda Central en 1910; destaca también la estatua de Miguel Hidalgo que se encontraba al frente y más tarde fue trasladada a la acera norte del mismo jardín. Imagen: Col. Villasana-Torres


Templo Mayor



Garibaldi
http://www.guiadelcentrohistorico.mx/sitios-de-interes/plazas/regi-n-3-garibaldi-y-sus-alrededores/6

Plazas

Mexico City @ 10.2010
El Caballito - This sculpture of Charles IV was made ​​in a single casting by Manuel Tolsa. The statue depicts Carlos IV on a stallion with a front leg in the air, Because the king died at home from combat wounds. Carlos IV is wearing Roman dress and use no saddle. Since 1979 the statue is located across from the Palace of Mines and in front of the National Museum of Art (MUNAL) in the Plaza Tolsa .
The horse - Sculpture of Charles IV made ​​by Manuel Tolsa one-emptying Carlos IV on a stallion with a front leg in the air, because the king's house supposedly died in combat wounds, dressed as a Roman, without saddle. Since 1979 it is located opposite the Palace of Mining and the National Art Museum (MUNAL) in today Plaza Tolsa .

Metro

http://www.metro.df.gob.mx
http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=METROGDF
https://www.facebook.com/SitioOficialSTC
https://twitter.com/STCMetroDF
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mexico_City_Metro
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Mexico_City_metro_stations
http://www.flickr.com/groups/stcmetro
http://www.flickr.com/groups/metromexicodf
http://www.flickr.com/groups/metrociudaddemexico
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.383083731764241.86434.290842877654994&type=1
http://www.mexicocity.gob.mx/mapasturisticosmetro.php
Mexico City Metro
Spotlight on Metro Xola


Each station is Identified by a minimalist logo related to the name of the station or the area around it.
The design of the icons and the typography are a creation of Lance Wyman , lowest Also designed the logotype for the 1968 Summer Olympic Games at Mexico City.



Metro Insurgentes Where the walls are decorated platform With mock-ups of platforms from the Paris Métro and the London Underground created by Rafael Cauduro . ( Photos )

Metro Xola
There are several versions about the origin of the word Xola. One is that, in the nineteenth century were the estates of Narvarte, Becerra and La Condesa, ranches of Naples and Sola. Over the years, this single word (name of the owners) was changing, as some written and pronounced the Schola, until he finally changed the first three letters for the "X" that looks now that gives the same pronunciation.
There are several versions about the origin of the word Xola. One Is That, by the nineteenth century haciendas There Were Narvarte, Becerra and La Condesa, ranches of Naples and Sola. Over the years, Sola esta word (name of the owners) was changing, as some written and pronounced the Schola, Until I was finally changed the first three letters for the "X" that looks Now That Gives the same pronunciation.

http://www.metro.df.gob.mx/red/estacion.html?id=37
http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xola_(estaci%C3%B3n)

Gastronomy Online / Mexican cuisine online
a program with the chef, Ricardo Muñoz / a program hosted by the chef Ricardo Muñoz
http://www.codigoradio.cultura.df.gob.mx/index.php/programas/44-programas/105

Archaeology
Cuicuilco
http://cultura-inah.gob.mx/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=243&Itemid=157

Pemex Tower
http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torre_Ejecutiva_Pemex

Location
https://tools.wmflabs.org/geohack/geohack.php?pagename=Mexico_City¶ms=19_26_N_99_8_W_type:city(8918653)_region:MX

tourism portals

http://www.mexicocity.gob.mx - https://twitter.com/turismocdmx - https://www.facebook.com/turismocdmx
http://www.mexicocityexperience.com
http://www.flickr.com/photos/mxcity
https://twitter.com/mexicocity
turismocdmx
http://www.youtube.com/mexicocity10



http://www.jovenes.df.gob.mx
Youth Institute of the Federal District
on Facebook

Youtube

http://www.youtube.com/user/secturdf

Echo

http://www.planverde.df.gob.mx
http://www.planverde.df.gob.mx/planverde/

MuseumWatch


Free on Tuesdays: Carcamo / Natural History Museum

Historical center

http://guiadelcentrohistorico.mx

guiadelcentro


Museum Estanquillo
Isabella 26, corner of Madero
http://www.museodelestanquillo.com

Carlos Monsivais collection

http://www.museodelestanquillo.com/Tiendas/

http://www.museodelestanquillo.com
m_estanquillo
https://www.facebook.com/MuseodelEstanquillo


http://guiadelcentrohistorico.com/node/227
https://www.facebook.com/guiadelcentrohistorico
https://twitter.com/guiadelcentro
http://www.mexicodesconocido.com.mx/la-pinacoteca-de-la-profesa-distrito-federal.html


Bookstores
http://www.libreriafimadero.com


Interactive Museum of Economics, Tacuba # 17, www.mide.org.mx . Closed Mondays.


MEASURES
MuseoMIDE
Interactive Museum of Economics. Centro Historico, Mexico City Tuesday to Sunday 9.00 to 18.00 hrs.
Tacuba 17, Centro Historico · http://www.mide.org.mx
https://twitter.com/museomide

Colonia Roma

Arroniz Contemporary Art Plaza Rio de Janeiro
Green Garden Rome
A small French bakery in Roma, La Boheme


Centro Cultural Universitario Tlatelolco -
https://twitter.com/ccutlatelolco
http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/world_now/2012/01/mexico-painter-dr-atl-exhibit-masterpieces.html

Templo Mayor Museum
Seminar 8 Historical Center
They presented in the Templo Mayor Museum exhibition "Tlaltecuhtli. Lady of the earth" bit.ly/o4y4dv
http://www.gobiernodigital.inah.gob.mx/mener/index.php?id=32
http://www.mexicoescultura.com/agenda_cultural.php?idac=6371&idec=52500&tipo=xml&tipo_tema=A&tabla=A&bus=3#Ancla

After years of research and hard restoration process, the important archaeological find of a relief of the Aztec earth goddess Tlaltecuhtli (occurred in October 2006), it is finally put on display at the Templo Mayor Museum. Tlaltecuhtli monolith has spectacular dimensions and retains its original color, which is a valuable opportunity to admire this sculpture and all its glory.


Palacio de Mineria
http://www.palaciomineria.unam.mx

http://www.recorridosvirtuales.com/frida_kahlo/museo_frida_kahlo.html

Zocalo - http://www.mx200palacionacional.gob.mx/sitio.php
http://www.webcamsdemexico.com/webcam-mexico-zocalo

http://www.munal.com.mx http://www.flickr.com/photos/munalinterpreta/

Mexican Museum of Design (MUMEDI)


See something or say something: Mexico City

National Museum of Popular Art , Revillagigedo and Independencia, Centro Historico
http://amigosmap.blogspot.com
https://twitter.com/#!/amigosmap

Virtual Museum of National Palace
http://www.apartados.hacienda.gob.mx/cultura/museo_virtual_palacio_nal/shcp_mv.htm

Museum of Light - http://www.luz.unam.mx - at the corner of Calle del Carmen and San Ildefonso, is open Monday-Friday 9 am- 4pm and Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am-5pm. This Year's Exhibits celebrate International Year of Astronomy. The museum opened in 1996 and is run by UNAM. The museum is vaulted Housed in a building built in 1575 as a chapel of the Maximum School of San Pedro and Pablo, a Jesuit school.

Palacio de Iturbide, Madero # 17, is a restored 18th century palace designed by Francisco Guerrero y Torres in 1780 and from 1821 to 1823 was the residence of Agustin de Iturbide, while I ACTED as the first Emperor of Mexico. Today, the restored building houses the Cultural Development
Banamex
and has-been renamed the Palace of Culture Banamex.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palace_of_Iturbide
http://www.banamex.com

Benito Juarez International Airport

http://www.aicm.com.mx
http://www.aicm.com.mx/en/flights?da=d&in=i
https://twitter.com/AICM_mx

Independently For Those catching buses from Terminal 1 in Mexico you need to go upstairs to the ticket office. Start at Gate 7 and go inside the airport away from the road, then a take the travellator to the first floor. Thereafter cross the road using the walkway to the terminal and head for the bus Cuernavaca bus service counter.

Terminal 1: Wi-Fi from Dino's Snack Bar and Fast Food (with purchase of food or beverage)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benito_Ju%C3%A1rez_International_Airport

New airport
http://www.aeropuerto.gob.mx
http://www.gob.mx/semarnat/prensa/la-decision-de-hacer-un-nuevo-aeropuerto-es-tecnica-y-no-politica-gre-15689
@aeropuertoMEX




Editing

Exploring Mexico City
Alameda Park
Green markets
Things to do in Mexico City
Transportation in Mexico City
Xochimilco

Elsewhere on the Web

DF Writers
The Citadel
Tamayo Museum - https://twitter.com/museotamayo
In the Pit
https://www.cronicaambiental.com.mx
https://twitter.com/CronicaAmbient
https://www.facebook.com/RevistaCronicaAmbiental

Blogs

http://aprendizdesibarita.blogs.com
http://mexicocitymetro.wordpress.com

Parks

Among the highlights of a visit to Mexico City - a quiet stroll-through one of the many pocket parks. Oh, and visits to the larger and more historical parks including Viveros and Chapultepec

Polanco - Wikipedia
Lincoln Park - Wikipedia
Moorish Kiosk
Alameda de Santa Maria de la Ribera

Natural World


BIKE RIDING - Calle Reforma is closed every Sunday from 6 am-2pm from the Alameda to Chapultepec Parks. Skates, skateboards and bikes are welcome.

Flickr Group : Yes More Bicycles
https://www.ecobici.df.gob.mx/home/home.php


News in Mexico City Bikes:
"With a team of 114 thousand bikes strategically located in 84 cicloestaciones, the Government of the Federal District will seek to prioritize the use of the vehicle and increase of 1.2 to 5 percent using this transport for the benefit of the environment and health Bogota, through the implementation of public bicycle system of the City of Mexico, "more: www.stumbleupon.com/s/#1tvBKo/www.comsoc.df.g ob.mx/notici ...


Cultural World

Soumaya Museum , Plaza Loreto, Revolution Avenue and Magdalena River, Eje 10 Sur, 1030am-630pm, Fridays and Saturdays, 1030am-830pm. Closed Tuesdays.
ElMuseoSoumaya A_mirandam

Fine Arts
http://www.bellasartes.gob.mx
http://twitter.com/bellasartesinba
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palacio_de_Bellas_Artes

Pinacoteca de La Profesa - Pre-eminent collection of 300+ paintings in the former Jesuit Church San Felipe Neri. Free tours on Saturdays.
https://www.timeoutmexico.mx/ciudad-de-mexico/que-hacer/visitas-guiadas-por-la-pinacoteca-de-la-profesa

Transportation in Mexico City
http://sintrafico.com

Drivers in Mexico can be half wild.
Taxi - view, Local news from driver
Public transportation - more eco-friendly, inexpensive

Transportation to Cuernavaca
http://www.pullman.mx bus line for the state of Morelos ... non-stop commuter bus from airport to Cuernvaca

Azteca stadium

History

Four sites in Mexico City Have Been Given the category of "World Heritage" by UNESCO : the historic center, With its 1,436 historic buildings and monuments; Xochimilco district, Which Boasts over 200 kilometers of canals; Luis Barragan's house and studio and the Central University City Campus (UNAM).

Spotlight on Tlalpan

Tlalpan comprises several small towns south of Mexico City, including Tlalpan itself, Chicalcoyotl, San Pedro Martir, San Andres Totoltepec, Xicalco and San Miguel Ajusco.
Cuicuilco

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tlalpan
http://wikitravel.org/en/Mexico_City/Tlalpan
http://www.tlalpan.gob.mx

San Agustin de la Cuevas
http://www.ciudadmexico.com.mx/zonas/tlalpan.htm

Shopping

http://pendulo.com

Government

Mexico City Government
http://www.obrasenmiciudad.df.gob.mx
https://twitter.com/GobCDMX

Elsewhere on the Web

Mexpat
Academia de San Carlos
Defecito
Go to Mexico City
DF - El Universal
Mexico City Tourism Office
Trust Historic Center
Historical center
Free time
Mexico City - Economist

More Features

Water Crisis - Guardian
Largest Stadium - BBC
Historic center rises from the ashes - Flight
Tepito neighborhood

zocalo
terrace Conquistador
Plaza de la Constitucion # 13, 6th floor

misc

In His blog says Simon Winchester That only four words from the Aztec language of Nahuatl Have Entered Inglés: Nahuatl, teguexin, tule and Axolotl. True?

Route of Friendship Makes the 2012 Monuments Watch List from the World Monuments Fund.
http://www.mexico68.org/ruta/esculturas.html

Pulque - Where are the best pulque in Mexico City? We'd like to visit The Pirate in Colonia Escandon. Anywhere else?
http://ciudadanosenred.com.mx/articulos/pulquer%C3%AD
http://de10.com.mx/6691.html
Castle - yards of beer
to
Iztacalco was in "the Garden of the Capital" The ecological park offers environmental education, orchards and a demonstration on the water cycle

Ahuehuetes

General Garcia Conde # 20
Lots of cypresses in Chapultepec Park. Largest (and sadly dead) is Sergeant, below the castle. Circumference of 14 meters.

Siqueiros Polyforum

Polyforum is a multi-use Which forum in various culture, political and social activities take place. It has several autonomous spaces: such as a theater with a capacity for 500, galleries, offices and the Universal Forum. Polyforum Siqueiros is a museum in itself. The 12 outer panels of the building and the 2,400 square meters of the mural paintings of The March of Humanity Provide a Total of 8,700 square meters of an exceptional and unique representative sample of the movement called "Mexican Muralism," Which Began in 1920.
http://www.polyforumsiqueiros.com.mx

Universities

University of the Mexican Republic

CHAPULTEPEC PARK

http://www.chapultepec.org.mx

Museum of Natural History and Environmental Culture, Open Tuesday-Sunday 10 am-5pm,
Map

http://www.sma.df.gob.mx/mhn/index.php?op=01hola&op01=monitoreoaves_sep2007

http://www.chapultepec.com.mx/visita.asp?Lugar=11
https://www.facebook.com/ChapultepecMx

http://www.sma.df.gob.mx/mhn/


The three sources of Vipers Were designed by Leonidas Guadarrama and Were Inaugurated in 1964. They Have Been since filled in with dirt and are used for casual games of soccer.

Old Guard House - temporary exhibits

Promenade Composers

Source of Nezahualcoyotl
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nezahualcoyotl

Vine with Blue flowers
Plumbago
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plumbago

Trees - Platanus tabascense
'Aya' in Tabasco and Veracruz
exported to Europe and is one of the main trees planted along the boulevard
Champs Elysee in Paris

Portales
https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colonia_Portales

Bird Watching in Mexico City

http://www.biodiversidad.gob.mx/Difusion/cienciaCiudadana/pdf/guia_aves_comunes.pdf


Aves de la Ciudad de México / Birds of Mexico City


Mexico City Water Tour
aqueduct on Avenida Chapultepec, Metro Sevilla, near Prague Street

Recommended
Ruben's, Venustiano Carranza # 17

things to do
peel the citadel of Tacubaya

Tallest Building
Mexico Tower - tallest in LatAm?

Metro Patriotismo
Escandon / Condesa

Church - San Jose de la Montaña

Mexico City Churches

San Francisco - Located between the Alameda and the Zocalo - Boasts Churrigueresque architecture

Countess
Michoacan Market
Origins Eco Market, Glorieta Popocatepetl # 41A

TAPO bus station - With any purchase wifi from Route Café
http://rutacafe.com.mx

Elsewhere
http://defecito.com

Recommended DF
4 Corners / 4 centuries

things to do
Cutting Through Neighborhoods old with a home is more fun than with Google maps

Escandón

Parque Morelos
http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colonia_Escand%C3%B3n
the Pirate (pulqueria), Street September 13 esq. December 12, Tel. 2614.2962. Monday to Saturday from 9-19 hrs.
pambacitas, progress # 61 - neighborhood joint pambazo
The Golden Lion cantina
Theatre Hipodromo Condesa

ColoniaEscandon

imaginaescandon





Xochimilco
http://360.spotour.com/ciudad-de-mexico/xochimilco-ld/photospot.html
Pa Child Day is Celebrated Calendaria February 2. The babies of the Christ are dressed. Every year the Child Pa Changes family. The baby travels in Mexico City, people make party (to celebrate).

Flickr photo collection, Xochimilco and the Child Pa
http://www.flickr.com/photos/melisub/collections/72157621986726765/

Featured photos
http://www.flickr.com/photos/marlene-ehrenberg/2877576399
http://www.flickr.com/photos/marlene-ehrenberg/2578365434

Research ... Rio de la Piedad was ever a river?
Yes! It originated About one kilometer from the Tacubaya borough in what is now west-Central Mexico City. It was tubed in 1942 and the expressway viaduct was built over part of it. The "river" now emerges from the tubing in eastern Mexico City in the new channel of Rio Churubusco near Pantitlán.

Events
Monumental parade alebrijes (October)

Infra
Benches Dialogue on Reform

Day of the Dead Celebrations
Day of the Dead in the village of Mixquic, Tláhuac Delegation in Mexico City.
Mexico City - Trip Advisor
Mexpat
Mexico City Tourism

Quotes


The harmony is to protect life on earth.
- Inscription on the statue Otafuku, Viveros Park
http://www.viveroscoyoacan.gob.mx
http://www.planeta.com/ecotravel/mexico/df/viveros.html
http://www.viveroscoyoacan.gob.mx/

Questions


Question - Do You have any additional information About visiting the axolotl breeding facility in Canal Apatloco in Xochimilco? For example, how long does it take to reach the site from the Caltongo launching site? I'd like to see the facility, but I'm traveling with a small group That Is not In This destination as interested as I am. Also, I've just started learning Spanish, so I fear That Attempts to ask questions of the person driving the trajinera will go nowhere.

Answer - As always, I would recommend hiring a local knowledgeable guide. Xochimilco is a place That can be enjoyed by everyone, so even if your group is not as interested in the axolotl breeding program as you are, they'll still get to enjoy a leisurely tour on the water, the lively atmosphere filled with music or bird song (Depending on the channel!). It takes about 90 minutes to get to the site and one of the pluses is the Entire punt When is lifted by an elevator. In terms of guides, the best of the best is Marlene Ehrenberg .

What is the Difference between a Chilango and dfeño?

Buzzword Bingo

Ambulante - Axolotl - Aztecs - Cargo Bikes - Historic Center - Chapultepec Park - Central Axis - Diego Rivera - Frida Kahlo - Azteca Stadium (the Colossus of Santa Ursula) - merolico - Metro - Sanborns - Torre Latinoamericana


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Independence Tour
Angel of Independence
The Corregidora - The conspiracy HAD Been discovered. Instead of the original plan for November, moved up to September
Dona Josefa Dominguez Otiz (Corregidora of Queretaro)

Also see:
http://larutadelaindependencia.blogspot.com

Air Quality

http://www.aire.cdmx.gob.mx
https://twitter.com/aire_cdmx

Revolution Tour

Monument of the Revolution
Obregon Monument
National Palace
Tile House
Phrygian cap on the back of the Presidential Chair in Chapultepec Castle
Avenida Revolucion

Markets Markets =

Merced market
Jamaica Market

Mexico one of the biggest cities in the world has one of the largest markets
Central de Abasto - Marlene Ehrenberg
https://www.facebook.com/CentraldeAbasto

http://mimercadito.mx

where to stay in the center

http://www.hotelfleming.com.mx
Hotel Florida, Belisario Dominguez

Where to stay elsewhere
https://www.hotelcasagonzalez.com

Mexico Monday! - Colleagues and friends share info About Mexico using the #mexmonday hashtag on twitter . Help us Improve our coverage of Mexico's Indigenous people, biodiversity, parks, markets and food by posting your news and recommended resources. We'll retweet our favorites and highlight news in the Mexico Update .
Hostal Moneda
https://plus.google.com/106993864348367515631/about?gl=mx&hl=en


Events

Folk Art

Expo FONAES , Palacio de los Deportes, Storify
https://twitter.com/ExpoFonaes
https://twitter.com/FONAES_Mx

Let's talk about the elephant in the room or the Palacio de los Deportes @ExpoFonaes @AyuukTienda #mexiconow

Expofonaes2012 @ Mexico 08.2012





Learn Spanish!

Recommended book for kids
http://www.biodiversidad.gob.mx/ninos/libros/AjoloteXochimilco.pdf



What's new?

The DF Parish , Calle Brasil No. 5



Bicentennial Park

http://www.parquebicentenario.gob.mx
http://www.parquebicentenario.gob.mx/google_maps.html


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Programa Sectoral de Turismo (2008-2012)







Spotlight: Ruta de la Amistad

http://www.mexico68.org
https://www.google.com/maps/streetview/#ruta-de-la-amistad-the-road-of-mexico-68
https://twitter.com/rutamex68




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Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead)
http://planeta.com/1610cdmx
http://www.cdmx.gob.mx/vive-cdmx/post/celebracion-dia-de-muertos-2016
http://www.jornada.unam.mx/2016/10/28/cultura/a06n1cul
http://www.jornada.unam.mx/ultimas/2016/10/28/mancera-anuncia-el-primer-desfile-de-dia-de-muertos-en-la-cdmx
https://www.mexicodesconocido.com.mx/eventos-celebrar-dia-muertos-df-mexico.html
https://www.facebook.com/voluntariosDesfileDiaDeMuertos2016