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Tequisquiapan, Mexico

Péndulo de Tequisquiapan

This monument marking the center of Mexico might be more political than geographical.
Mexico City, Mexico

Rockdrigo Memorial

A statue in Balderas subway station honors the rock star who wrote about it in a song.
Mexico City, Mexico

Monumento a la Costurera (Monument to the Seamstress)

This memorial was raised in honor of a group of workers heavily impacted by the 1985 Mexico City earthquake.
Mexico City, Mexico

Casa Gilardi

The last home designed in its entirety by noted architect Luis Barragán owes its existence to an impressive jacaranda tree.
Guadalajara, Mexico

Casa José Guadalupe Zuno Door

This door in the old residential area of Guadalajara hides several communist motifs.
Guadalajara, Mexico

Casa Reforma

Inside one of Guadalajara's oldest houses, you can find puppets and foam models of the city's missing buildings.
Mexico City, Mexico

Ceiling of the Cloister of San Juan

Inside the cloister of the Temple of San Juan Bautista is a ceiling decorated with gold Baroque illustrations.
Oaxaca, Mexico

Museo de Arte Prehispánico de México

Pre-Columbian art collected by Zapotec painter Rufino Tamayo.
Guadalajara, Mexico

Templo Expiatorio Clock

For decades, the parade of apostles that left the Expiatory Temple of Guadalajara remained hidden inside one of the towers.
Puebla, Mexico

La Casa del que Mató al Animal

The scene of a legendary hunt is displayed on this building's facade.
Oaxaca, Mexico

Itanoní

In a quiet residential neighborhood, one restaurant fights to preserve heirloom corn, one tortilla at a time.
Oaxaca, Mexico

Casilda Aguas Regionales

In a busy Oaxaca market, a nearly century-old drinks stand still serves family recipes from giant clay pots.
Tlalixtac de Cabrera, Mexico

Caldo de Piedra

Fiery-hot river rocks make soup sizzle at this restaurant showcasing indigenous Chinantec cuisine.
Aguascalientes, Mexico

Los Ángeles and La Cruz Graveyards

Legends, sculptures, and unique tombs can be seen lurking in these connected cemeteries.
Mexico City, Mexico

'Xipe Totec'

This neon installation is a tribute to a Mexica god, who gave his skin to humanity.
Taxco, Mexico

Santa Prisca Skeleton

A skeleton without arms watches over the side door of one of the most beautiful baroque temples in Mexico.
Durango, Mexico

Catedral Basílica Menor de Durango (Durango Cathedral)

An eerie illusion of a nun is said to haunt this cathedral’s Baroque-style bell tower.
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

El Charco del Ingenio (The Mill Puddle)

This botanical garden boasts sculptures, industrial ruins, and an endorsement from the Dalai Lama.
Mexico City, Mexico

Mexico City National Cemetery

Though the name might suggest otherwise, this is an American cemetery.
Mexico City, Mexico

Memorial 68

A few steps from the site of the Tlatelolco massacre, this museum tells the story of Mexico's 1968 student protests.
Acolman, Mexico

Museum of Tepexpan

A museum built around the site where the most controversial human remains in the country were found.
San Martín Centro, Mexico

Beatriz de la Fuente Teotihuacán Murals Museum

These millennia-old murals once covered the walls of residential complexes across the ancient city.
Cuernavaca, Mexico

Cuernavaca Cathedral Murals

Monumental paintings, discovered in a Mexican cathedral in 1957, depict the deaths of some friars in Japan.
Mexico City, Mexico

Monumental House of Emilio "El Indio" Fernandez

Resembling a 15th century medieval fortress, this home once belonged to a legend of Mexican cinema.