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You really do take some very nice pics.
Thank you diddyD. I really appreciate your gentleness.

Amazing, very nice updates from Mexico city as always :cheers:
Thanks a lot Christos for all your views and for your nice comments too.

Thank you all for your views, comments and likes. :)


Coyoacán: St. John the Baptist Church.

The origins of this building date back to 1528 and was one of the first to be raised after the fall of the Aztec Empire.


Mexico City - Coyoacán District
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Mexico City - Coyoacán District - St. John the Baptist Church
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Mexico City - Coyoacán District - St. John the Baptist Church
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Mexico City - Coyoacán District - St. John the Baptist Church
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Mexico City - Coyoacán District - St. John the Baptist Church
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Mexico City - Viveros de Coyoacán is a tree nursery and public park in the Coyoacán Borough
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Mexico City - Viveros de Coyoacán is a tree nursery and public park in the Coyoacán Borough
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Mexico City - Condesa District
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Mexico City - Gay Pride Day 2015
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Mexico City - Police Museum
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The first time I saw a black squirrel :)
Beautiful photos!
^^ Me too (about the black squirrel)!
BTW, very nice new photos as always :cheers:
Hello Romashka and Christos. The black squirrel is a melanistic subgroup of the gray squirrel. In Viveros de Coyoacan Park, you can see numerous black squirrels although we can hardly see black squirrels in other city parks.
According to information from the internet, they are common in the Midwestern U.S., Eastern Canada and U.K.

Thank you so much for your nice comments! :)

The Coyacan district looks amazing, I've heard wonderful things about this pleasant neighborhood!
Hello dear friend. Coyoacán is an attractive, colonial-era neighborhood, noted for its beautiful town square, cobblestone streets and several of the city's most interesting museums.



Mexico City - Condesa District
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Mexico City - Museum of Memory and Tolerance
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Mexico City - Viveros de Coyoacán is a tree nursery and public park in the Coyoacán Borough
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Mexico City - Plaza Carso
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Mexico City - Plaza Carso
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Mexico City - Coyoacán District
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Mexico City - Paseo de la Reforma
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Mexico City - Coyoacán District
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Mexico City - Viveros de Coyoacán is a tree nursery and public park in the Coyoacán Borough
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Mexico City - Palace of Fine Arts
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I loved the Museum of Memory and Tolerance, there MUST be a museum of this kind in every city of the globe.
First time I see pictures of the Viveros of Coyacan and they're just wonderful.
Thanks for the pictures my friend gratteciel!
 

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I loved the Museum of Memory and Tolerance, there MUST be a museum of this kind in every city of the globe.
First time I see pictures of the Viveros of Coyacan and they're just wonderful.
Thanks for the pictures my friend gratteciel!
Viveros de Coyoacán has an extension of 38.9 hectares, it was declared a national park in 1938 and today attracts between 2,500 and 3,000 visitors daily.
The nursery provides nearly one million tree seedlings each year. Through many years, most of the trees we see in our city in other parks and sidewalks are from Coyoacán nursery.
I send you a hug.

The dome on The Palace of Fine Arts is just wow! And what is that black creature one set up. With squirrel-like tail?
Hello Jane. It is a black squirrel. they are not very common here , but I could see some in Viveros de Coyoacán Park.
Thanks for your kind comment about The Palace of Fine Arts. :)
 
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