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Old November 25th, 2012, 08:01 AM   #4761
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Old November 27th, 2012, 06:49 AM   #4763
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The south part of Mexico City is composed by 5 boroughs which are Milpa Alta, Xochimilco, Tlahuac, Tlalpan, and Coyoacan. Many interesting sites are located in this part of the city. Beautiful parks and woods, water gardens, museums, theaters, markets, culture, history, and fun are just some of the examples of the diversity that can be found in this side of the city.

For instance, Tlalpan, the largest borough in Mexico City is where the volcanic mountain peak and National Park Ajusco is located. Besides, the amusement park Six Flags is here too. And an important House of Culture with a theater presents different cultural and artistic shows continuously.
In this part of the city, important educational institutions, both private and public, offer their services. One of them is The National Autonomous University of Mexico, accessible via Insurgentes Avenue.

Covering an area of 122 square km, the Xochimilco borough is the third largest in the city. Xochimilco dates from pre-Hispanic times; this word means cultivated field of flowers. Nowadays, Xochimilco offers a series of canals where tourists can ride boats or "trajineras" to enjoy the beautiful landscape. Musicians and food are also part of these rides that both tourists and locals enjoy a lot.
Another interesting site in Xochimilco is the Cuemanco Canal, which was built in 1968 due to the Olympics that took place in Mexico.
Nearby Xochimilco you can also visit Mixquic, a town famous for its celebrations on November 1st and 2nd regarding the All Saints Day and The Day of the Dead.

In the south of Mexico City is the National Center of Arts, which is the touchstone for various artists such as musicians, graphic artists, performers, and cinematographers. Diverse art related events, usually free of charge, are held in this architecturally attractive space.

Coyoacan is a word which means place of coyotes and is one of the most beautiful boroughs of Mexico City. It is also located in the south, though a little bit to the center. One of its most important streets is named Francisco Sosa. This street has beautiful houses with interesting colonial architecture. Besides, many bookstores, cafes, and clubs are situated here.
Several museums are located in Coyoacan. For example, the Frida Kahlo Museum, once hers ad Diego Rivera´s house, is really worth visiting; the National Museum of Watercolor; the Museum of the Interventions, the Museum of Popular Cultures; and the Museum and grave of Leon Trotsky are in Coyoacan too.

The archaeological zone of Cuicuilco on Insurgentes and Periferico Avenue features a 25-meter pyramid. It was an important pre-Hispanic ceremony center.
Other interesting place is the Coyoacan Market where all kind of handicrafts can be bought. And in this zone a major attraction is the Aztec stadium, which is the only soccer field where two final world-cup matches have been held.

South of the city is the zone named San Angel. It used to be a residential neighborhood for the aristocracy. Within this zone, many historical buildings can be found, like de San Jacinto Church, a sixteenth century baroque building, the Ex-convent of El Carmen, built in year 1615, and the Ex-hacienda of Goicoechea, finished in the nineteenth century with a marvelous chapel and colonial gardens.
The Saturday bazaar is a popular place where people come to buy handicrafts and to see the work of artisans. Besides, Art Museum Carrillo Gil on Revolution Avenue is an interesting museum displaying permanently samples of the work by Rivera, Siqueiros, and Orozco, as well as that of current young creators.




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Old November 29th, 2012, 03:59 AM   #4766
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A few months ago I visited the “Ruta de la Amistad” in Mexico City, and fell in love with this collection of monumental sculptures which were commissioned for the 1968 Olympics to symbolize world brotherhood and friendship, as its name “Road of Friendship” implies. The 22 sculptures represent 17 different countries and were built by 19 artists, some well-known such as Calder, and some by young unknowns like Grzegorz (Gregorio) Kowalski, a 22-year-old sculptor from Poland who was invited by mistake, when the Mexican organizers confused him for another more famous sculptor of the same last name.

They were installed along the southern edge of the city, on the volcanic stone fields formed 1,600 years ago by the eruptions of mount Xitle (“navel” in Nahuatl). This area, also known as “El Pedregal de San Angel,” is where Luis Barragán, the famous Mexican architect designed his most famous development in the 1940s. The 14-kilometer-long sculptural corridor is the longest, and contains the largest Calder work in the world: the 24-meter-tall “Sol Rojo.” The Red Sun stabile is located in front of Azteca Stadium, placed at the center of a psychedelic blue and white field of concentric circles, which is now obscured by street vendors and thousands of soccer fans coming to the games. Another of these fantastic creations, the “Disco Solar” by Jacques Moeschal from Belgium, representing a Maya “sun” symbol, was erected on top of the hardened lava flow that covered a 2,000-year-old pyramid built by the Cuicuilco culture. This layering of building and destruction evokes the building of Colonial Mexico City over the ruins of Tenochtitlan, the Aztec city of Montezuma.

The sculptures symbolized a time of optimism and struggle toward racial integration and democracy, a message clearly represented by the sculpture of Angela Gurria of Mexico, who built two equal white and black elements standing together, and by the sculpture of Gonzalo Fonseca from Uruguay, who represented the oppression of dictatorship in reinforced concrete.

After years of urban sprawl and lack of maintenance, the sculptures have retained their modernity, but suffered physical deterioration and lost much of their original rural context. Most were swallowed by public roads and bridges, or were subject to vandalism and abuse such as the piece by Clement Meadmore of Australia, which was illegally appropriated by a private school that built an enclosure around it, and blatantly used its shape as its logo.

In 1994, a small group of citizens formed a “patronato,” or trust, for the protection of the “Ruta de la Amistad,” and through sheer determination and the support of private and public funding were able to restore 17 of the threatened sculptures. However, the cultural route as a whole is threatened by a complete lack of legal protection and, most recently, by the construction of an elevated toll highway, which will seal the doom of many of the pieces unless they are relocated to a friendlier environment.

The “Ruta de la Amistad” was included in the 2012 World Monuments Watch in the hopes of raising international awareness towards the plight of this important collection, and to obtain public support for the designation of the site as a national landmark. The proposed plan includes relocating the 10 most threatened sculptures to two large parks contained within the highway ramp system, the recovery of their lost volcanic landscape and native species, and the development of an urban agriculture project on empty public lands to feed the city poor, an ambitious socially and ecologically minded project, quite in keeping with the original spirit of the 1968 Olympics.


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The area near what is currently el Pedregal, called Cuicuilco, was inhabited since ca. 1700 BC. Around 300 BC this area contained what was probably the biggest city in the Valley of Mexico at the time. Its importance started to decay around the 100 BC and was completely empty by 400 AD.

For centuries the area was a wilderness, the Aztecs would condemn people to banishment by sending them there to be bitten by the rattle snakes that lived there.

In the mid-1940s Luis Barragan began a project to urbanise the area and protect its ecosystem. Barragán had the idea of developing El Pedregal promoting the harmony between architecture and landscape. The first structures built on the site were the Plaza de las Fuentes, or Plaza of the Fountains, the Lote Muestra, or demonstration gardens and demonstration houses by Barragán and Max Cetto.

El Pedregal's original main entrance, the Plaza de las Fuentes, was completed by the second half of 1949, it stood at the intersection of Fuentes avenue and San Jerónimo. The only remaining element of the plaza is the concrete Animal del Pedregal a sculpture by Mathias Goeritz, inspired by a prehistoric animal figure etched into the rocks of El Pedregal
The Lote muestra, was located on the north side of Cascada Street, between Agua street and Fuentes avenue, just south of the Plaza de las Fuentes. Though designed for public inspection, the gardens here were planned as models for the development of private space. Along with the Demonstration houses, these gardens were intended to entice prospective buyers and demonstrate the Pedregal's potential as a site for garden-homes. They were to illustrate Barragán's idea of correct building, promoting the sort of harmony between architecture and landscape that Barragán desired. Occupying about 7.4 acres (30,000 m2), the Lote Muestra were enclosed by volcanic-stone walls and iron fences and entered through metal or rough-hewn wood gates.

During summer evenings in the 1950s, classic Spanish plays, produced by Barragán and the painter and sculptor Juan Soriano, were performed here for the general public.

For sculptural effect, rocks and vegetation were left largely in place, crevices between the lava formations were cleared as paths, and at several points, rough-cut stairways passed between rock terraces. These stairways led to pools or fountains of various configurations, or to small patches of flat ground, where loam was brought in and lawns planted. The smooth surfaces of the lawns and pools provided contrast to the jagged rocks, while fountains lent kinetic and aural elements to the mix.

Although some of the original modernist residences still remain a lot of the original architecture has been substituted by more ostentatious structures. Because the original houses were built in large plots, some have been converted to horizontal condominiums or now house schools.

The Plaza de las Fuentes has been almost completely destroyed and large new office buildings now crowd it on either side, it is no longer the main entrance but just an exit street from El Pedregal. At some point after 1953, the lote muestra was divided and sold to accommodate private residences. Though the grounds of these may still contain portions of Barragán's design, all are now closed to the public.








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Evolution through time of Los Angeles California
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