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Old November 15th, 2012, 12:07 PM   #4741
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#3 - Estadio Azteca (114,465)

Estadio AztecaThe Azteca Stadium, located in Mexico City, comes in third on our list of the biggest stadiums in the world with an official capacity of 114,465 people. Used mostly for football matches, it is the home of the Mexico national team and Mexican club team America. It is the only stadium ever to host two World Cup final matches, in 1970 and 1986.



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Old November 17th, 2012, 12:13 PM   #4745
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Los Niños Héroes (Heroic Children)

Mexico has known many heroes through her long and eventful history. Perhaps none have captured the imagination and stirred the hearts to the degree that Los Niños Héroes (Heroic Children) have. In 1847, six brave young men fought valiantly for their country during the Mexican-American War. Tragically, they died defending her honor.

Ranging in age from just 13 to 19 years of age, these military cadets are remembered today with reverence and national pride. A great monument erected in their honor, Los Niños Héroes Monument, stands proudly at the entrance to Chapultepec Park in Mexico City. This historical memorial is visited by thousands of Mexican citizens and foreign travelers each year.

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The Mexican-American War was in its final chapters when the Battle of Chapultepec took place. The date was September 13, 1847 and American forces were quickly advancing on Chapultepec Castle. General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, who was in charge of forces in Mexico City, recognized the strategic advantage that Chapultepec Hill held. Geographically, its value was enormous as it position protected Mexico City on its west side from invaders.

Unfortunately, there were not enough resources available for its defense. Rising some 200 feet above the surrounding landscape, the site was naturally fortified. However, American forces greatly outnumbered their Mexican counterparts, both in manpower and gunpowder. Many prominent Americans, including Abraham Lincoln and John Quincy Adams considered the war unjust and questioned the rationale for the invasion.

In the years preceding the war, Chapultepec Castle had been utilized as Mexico's military training academy. As a result, when the war broke out, there were dozens of teenage cadets in attendance. General Nicolas Bravo commanded the forces stationed at Chapultepec Hill and when it became apparent that the American forces were triumphing, he ordered his men, including the cadets, to retreat to safety.

Six young men, however, refused to relinquish their posts and bravely met the superior forces of the Americans. Their names were Juan de la Barrera, Juan Escutia, Francisco Márquez, Agustín Melgar, Fernando Montes de Oca and Vicente Suárez. They died that September day, defending their country. Their sacrifice has been forever etched into Mexico's history.

Monumento a los Ninos Heroes, Monument Mexico City

Monument to Los Niños Heroes in Chapultepec Park - postcard from 1940's

The names of the six military cadets live on in Mexico today. Streets have been named after them, as have schools and public squares. Their faces have appeared on Mexican currency and even Mexico City's public transportation (Metro Niños Héroes) has been named in their honor.

One of the cadets, Juan Escutia, is believed to have wrapped himself in the Mexican flag before jumping to his death. A great mural of this scene can be seen today at Chapultepec Castle. One thing is certain, all these young men died defending their country's honor. The great monument of Los Niños Héroes is a tribute to their memory and sacrifice.

President Harry S. Truman visited the Los Ninos Heroes monument in 1947, just months prior to the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Chapultepec. A moment of reverential silence was observed by the President as a sign of respect for the young cadets. When Truman was asked by reporters why he stopped to see the monument, his reply was Brave men don,t belong to any one country. I respect bravery wherever I see it.


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Coyoacán

Coyoacan has a surface of 54.4 sq. km. that represents 3.6% of the area (surface) of Mexico City. It is thought that Coyoacan was occupied 22 thousand years ago by nomad & hunters until the year 3,000 b.c. when there was no longer anything to hunt, so they turned to growing corn and raising turkeys, dogs and ducks.

In Lake TexcocoTowards the year 5,000 b.c. there arrived the Olmec's which influenced in the local culture. This is proven by the human remains found in Copilco and Cuicuilco called the "men of pedregal", considered the most ancient in America. The influence of the Olmecs improved argriculture and strenghened religion by having as principal gods the Jaguar Man and the Celestial Serpent. They also established numerals by the use of lines and dots. Through the stars they created a calendar for agricultural work and another for the counting of time, but all this culture disappeared with the eruption of the Xitle volcano in the year 400 b.c.

The writings of Francisco Sosa says that Coyoacan was founded by the Toltecas in the last third of the 7th century. Then were overpowered by the Tlatoanes at the end of the 9th century, lead by the leader of the Chichimecas, Mixcoatl (the lord of the water) and took over Coyoacan, settling at Cerro de la Estrella (heal of the star). At that same time 6 Nahuatl villages left Aztlán and they arrived to the inlet of Lake Texcoco and made an alliance with the Tepanecas that were already established in the area of Atzcapotzalco (where the ants live) all the way to Coyoacan. In 1325, the Aztecs arrived to which is now Mexico City and they are under the rule of the Tepanecas.

In 1410, the Coyohucas wanted to turn the town of Coyoacan into a city, so they asked the lord of Atzcapotzalco, "Tezozomo" and obtained permission having as a governor the son of Tezozomoc, "Maxtl". This was the greatest era of the Tepanecas, trade was very popular and people from far away places came to Coyoacan to trade their goods in the mercado or "tianguis" (a market that moves).

In 1420, Tezozomoc died and in his place Toyahualtzin but Maxtla managed to
take over the thrown of his father and sent Toyahualtzin, to be the governor of Coyoacan.

1527, a war... the lord Netzahualcoyotl (lord of the coyotes) makes Maxtla to
surrender and in his anger humiliates and makes surrendered the Coyohucas,
then with the help of Netzahualcoyotl they kill Maxtla.

Now exists four archeology sites: Copilco, Zacatepell, Plaza de Coyoacan and
Segregada de Cuicuilco. Most of the surface of the Coyoacan area is vocanic
rock, which proves the eruption of Xitle.

In Plaza de Coyoacan since the early days, the weekends were a trading mecca and a place of artesanos, sponsored by the church. As modern day weekend festivities still remain, the Plaza de Coyoacan now boasts 400 merchants and artesanos on any given weekend, and for longer periods of time during holiday festivities.

Walking through Coyoacan, you can imagine how it must have looked in the early 1900s.Today, Mexico City has sprawled to encompass the once lush vegetation of Coyoacan's tree-lined streets with colonial homes and museums, cafes, boutiques, restaurants, art studios and local artesanos that create a certain ambience and charm.

Conqistador CortesThe main square in Coyoacan is the Plaza Hidalgo and Jardin Centenario. These adjoined areas are in the center of historical Coyoacan and form the zocalo with decorative hedges, fountains and trees. This plaza on the weekends is filled with people, artesanos and street vendors - a prime place for people watching from the many restaurants, cafes and bars with outside seating around the two squares.

On the north edge of Plaza Hidalgo is the Castle of Cortes, where the Spanish conquistador Cortes lived when a forest and waters separated this area from Mexico City. Now, it houses the offices of the Delegate for Coyoacan and the area's tourist office. The most prominent building in the plaza area is the Parroquia de San Juan Bautista. This church dates back to 16th century and the frescoes on the ceiling, and the artwork throughout are amazingly well-preserved.

Frida Kahlo and Diego de RiveraJust a few blocks away is the Frida Kahlo museum, known as the "Blue House", on the corner of Allende and Londres. This house was the birthplace (July 6th, 1907) , periodic residence and place of death of the famous Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. The house has been restored and the rooms house artwork of Kahlo, Rivera and other famous Mexican artists, including the ancient Aztec, Maya and Olmec artists.

Trotsky and his wife moved into a house in Coyoacan in May of 1939. They had arrived in Mexico two years earlier in January of 1937. Upon arriving they had stayed a few blocks around the corner as house guests of the Mexican painters Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. Trotsky’s house stood on a dirt road out on the edge of the Mexican countryside. The Rio Churubusco Canal flowed nearby, now a six-lane freeway runs where the canal used to. A reading lamp and a magnifying glass still rest on the long, rectangular wooden desk where Trotsky had his books and newspapers spread out and a wooden cane dangles from the back of the chair where the 60-year old Trotsky sat late on the afternoon of August 20, 1940 when he was stabbed with an ice pick and died some 22 hours later of his wounds.

As you look out from the front of the Templo de Santa Catarina, you'll see a small street that heads west from the far right corner of the plaza -- this is Calle Progresso. If you take this direction for about 2 or 3 blocks, you will find the Viveros de Coyoacan, a nature preserve and park, Coyoacan the way it used to be.



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beautiful and I particularly like th Post Office lobby.
the Azteca Stadium is so huge..BTW, how many people can hold it?
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It is a architectural jewel, and Azteca Stadium hold 128,000 people. The stadium is the 4th largest sports stadium in the world.


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