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Bernal, Mexico

The Flavored Esquites of Bernal

This small town specializes in a rainbow of corn snacks.
Mexico City, Mexico

Teatro de los Insurgentes

The outside of this theater is decorated with a Diego Rivera mural that explores the history of Mexico.
Mexico City, Mexico

'Huellas de la Octava' ('Footprints of the Eighth')

A series of mosaics in Mexico City's Historic Center celebrate the Basque Country's "eighth province"—its diaspora.
Guanajuato, Mexico

Don Quixote Iconographic Museum

The world's largest collection of Don Quixote-inspired art.
Bernal, Mexico

Quartz Grotto

At the base of Peña de Bernal, a small business keeps evidence of alleged extraterrestrial visitors on display.
Bernal, Mexico

Rosalío Solano Museum of National Cinema

Dedicated to one of the most iconic cinematographers of the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema.
Mexico City, Mexico

La Rifa Chocolatería

The hot chocolate here all stems from small, sustainable microproducers in Chiapas and Tabasco.
Guadalajara, Mexico

Hospicio Cabañas

One of the oldest hospitals in the Americas is now decorated in hallucinatory murals.
Mexico City, Mexico

Emo War of Metro Insurgentes

In 2008, this Mexico City metro station was the site of an hours-long fight between emo, punk, and goth groups.
Mexico City, Mexico

Temple of Ehecatl-Quetzalcoatl

Underneath the historic center of Mexico City, the remains of a temple dedicated to the Aztec god of the wind.
Mexico City, Mexico

Torre Insignia Carillon

The world's tallest carillon is located at the top of this skyscraper in Mexico City.
Mexico City, Mexico

Benjamín Carrión Statue

An ode to a chess-loving diplomat.
Mexico City, Mexico

Indios Verdes (Green Indians Monument)

After several moves across Mexico City, these two statues found a home in Mestizaje Park.
Mexico City, Mexico

Edificio Celanese

This striking building appears to defy gravity, a tower balancing atop a much smaller cube.
Mexico City, Mexico

La Nueva Viga Market

An inland seafood emporium makes more sense than you'd think.
Mexico City, Mexico

Reloj Chino (Chinese Clock)

This stately clock was gifted from China's last imperial government to the people of Mexico.
Mexico City, Mexico

Audiorama Parque España

This tiny garden was built specifically to provide a place of peace and serenity away from the busy city streets.
Taxco, Mexico

Hotel Casa Grande Wall

A wall of this old hotel was decorated with drawings made of pebbles during its construction.
Toluca, Mexico

Árbol de Manitas (Little Hands Tree)

The curious flowers of this hard-to-find tree are shaped like little hands.
Cadereyta de Montes, Mexico

Jardín Botánico Regional de Cadereyta

An alluring, arid botanical garden home to a bewildering variety of cacti both endangered and common.
Mexico City, Mexico

Ruta de la Amistad (Friendship Route)

A series of modernist, abstract sculptures form a route created as part of the 1968 Olympics' Cultural Olympiad.
Toluca, Mexico

Museo del Alfeñique

This museum tells the history of Day of the Dead sugar sculptures.
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.