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A review: for the women

Frida Kahlo museum and Coyoacán

“Frida is the sole example in art history of someone who has torn open her breast and her heart in order to tell the biological truth of what she feels inside them”

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Mexico City Travel Diary

Having spent a great deal of time in Mexico—both on beaches as well as inland states—I was beyond excited to explore yet another new part, Mexico City. 2,022 more words


La Cineteca Nacional: A Hidden Gem in CDMX

Every year when the Oscar nominations come out I say to myself that I’ll watch the movies nominated for Best Picture. Then every year I end up not watching any. 634 more words

Trópicos - Vladímir Mayakovski

Casa de León Trotsky, Coyoacán, Ciudad de México – Enero 2018

Me impresionó un poema de Vladímir Mayakovski (1893 – 1930), uno de los símbolos de la Revolución rusa. 226 more words


Must-Sees in Mexico City

These are not in any particular order, but there are some places that I visited that were great.

  1. The Frida Kahlo Museum. This is definitely worth it, I had to wait a very long time to get in (because I didn’t buy my ticket online) but it was completely worth it.
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Coyoacán & San Ángel

Nous vous amenons aujourd’hui dans les quartiers huppés de Coyoacán et San Ángel qui sont situés à environ 12 km au sud du centre historique. Coyoacán est surtout reconnu pour le Musée de Frida Kahlo qui fait partie du circuit des autobus touristiques et San Ángel est fréquenté le samedi pour son marché d’art. 346 more words


Mexico City: Tenochtitlán to Coyoacán

Spanish conquistadors built Mexico City on top of Tenochtitlán, the capital of the Aztec empire.

Tenochtitlán was founded in the 1300’s on an island situated in the marshes of Lake Texcoco. 919 more words