Created by Guatemalan painter and sculptor Carlos Mérida (1891-1984), the mural Abstracción integrada can be observed on Insurgentes Sur Avenue, next to the curve that leads to the University Cultural Center of the UNAM.
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The dance of the flyers symbolizes the origin of the Earth, that is why the dancers revolve around the pole, just as the Earth revolves around the Sun.
As a solitary nanny, Vivian Maier spent her free time simply taking pictures of everything in the streets that, with her, we now know, marvelous gaze and extraordinary sensitivity, deserved to be portrayed.
Mexico possesses, thanks to its biodiversity, a large number of plants, cacti, and mushrooms that share psychoactive principles. Find out more.
The outstanding handcrafted pottery known since at least the 18th century as Talavera is made in the Puebla-Tlaxcala region and is admired as an icon of Mexico for its delicate workmanship, high quality, brightness, colorfulness, and great beauty.
The wedding outraged many people on the networks, alluding to the insensitivity towards the victims of genocides carried out by Nazism.
The mural "Inventing the Future" by Arnold Belkin, of 42 square meters, corresponds to the last stage of the artist's production. It is so named because it shows the visionary capacity of engineering to improve living conditions.
Traditional journalism feels threatened by digital media. On the occasion of the world commemoration of this guarantee is celebrated on May 3.
The Codex De la Cruz-Badiano is considered the oldest medical text written in America. It is an invaluable document for humanity.
The celebration of the Day of the Holy Cross, which takes place every May 3rd, is a deeply rooted tradition in different parts of Mexico. Few know how this belief had been modified.