Some Mexico City Cultural Visits! 

Some photos of Ballet Folkloriko performed at the Palacio of Bellas Artes.

Inside Palacio Nacional. It is located in Mexico City’s main square, la Plaza de la Constitucion.

Murals inside the National Palace painted by Diego Rivera.

Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral. Also located in La Plaza de la Constitucion

Inside the Cathedral.

Ruins behind the Cathedral, also in La Plaza de la Constitucion. The Cathedral was built on top of the ruins.

View from inside the National Anthropologie Museum. (Museo Nacional de Antropologia)

Pyramids of Teotihuacan – The pyramids of the moon ad the sun. The pyramid of the sun is the largest pyramid in Mexico.

Group picture in front of the pyramid of the moon with MCC Salter Cynthia and her home stay sister, Nelly!


Basilica of Guadalupe

The original cloth in which she showed herself to Juan Diego on December 12, 1531.

Juan Diego was the Aztec converted to Catholicism that Our Lady of Guadalupe presented herself to.


PS. We do not have consistent access to wi-fi in Agua Prieta. We arrived in Phoenix on May 16th and are now in Agua Prieta/Douglas with Frontera de Cristo. We will post again when we can! 

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