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  • The Smallest Chinatown in the World

    The Smallest Chinatown in the World
    No matter where you go in the world, in almost every large city you will find a Chinatown. Mexico City is no different, but what sets this Chinese hub aside is its tiny size. Covering but a single block, this Mexican Chinatown is probably the smallest in the world.
  • Vinyl Havens: Chowell Records

    Vinyl Havens: Chowell Records
    Chowell Records (Discos Chowell) is one of the few, or maybe even the only place that specializes 100% in vinyl within Mexico City. They feature a wide variety of vinyl records and equipment. Additionally, it is well located with a very unique decor.
  • Palacio de Bellas Artes

    Palacio de Bellas Artes
    The Palace of Beaux Arts (Palacio de Bellas Artes) is a fantastic marble building in Mexico City Centre.
  • Morelia City Centre

    Morelia City Centre
    The city centre of Morelia (declared world heritage for humanity by UNESCO) with its cool colonial buildings, churches, markets, photo shops and plazas is a great place to spend your day (or week)
  • Day of the Dead

    Day of the Dead
    This is a location and at the same time an event, traditionally on November the second and it is meant for the people of México who are not anymore among us, The Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead) represents a mixture of Christian devotion and Pre-Hispanic traditions and beliefs, altars are offered to the deceased. On these altars are representation of the four main elements of nature, water, fire, earth and wind.
  • Xochimilco

    Xochimilco
    It is well known because of its very colorful places and its extended series of canals, which are what remains of the ancient Lake Xochimilco.
  • A Couple of Days in Mexico City

    A Couple of Days in Mexico City
    I had my very own lomo walk in one of the world’s most populated cities, filled with contrasts, colors, smells and even flavors. A city that is at the same time, colonial and cosmopolitan…a true lomographic paradise!
  • Municipal Cemetery on November the 2nd

    Municipal Cemetery on November the 2nd
    On the day of the dead this place is full of life (well, kind of)
  • Morelia City Zoo

    Morelia City Zoo
    The zoo is one of the best places to see wild beasts and kids, as they both spend a lot of time there. So if you're in town and want to lomograph some lions, giraffes, elephants or small kids, this is one of the best places to go.
  • Templo de Santiago de Tupátaro

    Templo de Santiago de Tupátaro
    This pretty sixteenth century church is a great place to go, see, and shoot.
  • Azteca Stadium (Estadio Azteca)

    Azteca Stadium (Estadio Azteca)
    With a capacity of 105,000 (original capacity of 114,600), it is the largest stadium in Mexico and fifth largest in the world.
  • Historical Downtown

    Historical Downtown
    I know you boys and girls think you had visited a city, maybe you think you live in a city, a big city... someone must tell you the truth: you have never been in a city if you don't know Mexico City. And the place to be is the Historical Downtown.
  • Cosmovitral and botanical garden

    Cosmovitral and botanical garden
    An amazing art nouveau structure built at the beginning of the XX century at the historical downtown of the Toluca city. Originally it was the "16 of September market". In 1978 the artist Leopoldo Flores and some other local artists began the construction of a massive stained glass window (in fact one of the largest in the world, as far as I know). In the 80's the building was reopened as the Cosmovitral and Botanical Garden.
  • Centro Turístico Vista Bella

    Centro Turístico Vista Bella
    This bathing resort isn't a wonderfully posh spa, it's more like a glass fiber wonderland for regular people.
  • Plaza de las Vizcainas & Callejón de San Ignacio

    Plaza de las Vizcainas & Callejón de San Ignacio
    It's just an Alley, in an old neighborhood (Vizcainas) in the historical downtown of Mexico City. It's not a touristy spot, 'cause the place it's on a decay state. These days some people are trying to bring new life to the place. San Ignacio Alley is an example of that, its walls has turned into a canvas for urban artists and the passage a laboratory for some artists that recycle trash into art.
  • Basilica de Guadalupe

    Basilica de Guadalupe
    The Guadalupe day on the 12th of December is the national festivity of the brunette Virgin Guadalupe. Some people say that everybody is guadalupano in Mexico, it doesn't actually matter what religion they practice... well, that's an exaggeration; I wasn't raised as a Catholic, so I didn't understand (I still don't understand) that way of expressing faith. I had never been at the Guadalupe Basilica (something quite irregular for someone who lives so near it), but last December 12 I visited it with some few fellow photographers.
  • Querétaro Highway

    Querétaro Highway
    When we travel by air or by ground, there are some places we never to pay attention to. Places where we are just another peasant, where nothing happens. But when you pay attention, these places are a source of non conventional images; in fact the perfect field for a lomographer. The Mexico City - Querétro Highway it's one of these places. Right now I'm doing an exhaustive photographic record of that road, with a sponsorship I obtained.
  • Tepotzotlán

    Tepotzotlán
    Tepotzotlán is one of the best places to visit to get an impression of traditional Mexico. Located less than an hour drive out of Mexico City it holds the country's most important museum dedicated to the study of Colonialism, so pivotal in order to understand the history of Mexico
  • Condesa Neighborhood

    Condesa Neighborhood
    Mexico City`s coolest and hippest neighborhood, the best place to see and be seen, art galleries, book stores, fashion, boutiques, cool restaurants and bars, beautiful streets and parks, and really nice Art Deco buildings from the 1920s. Very safe place also, but sometimes a little bit expensive, but it`s worth it. Having a walk, skateboarding or playing soccer (in Mexico you can play soccer everywhere), so always have your sneakers on, no boots, please, our legs will appreciate it. Eating in one of La Condesa`s multiple restaurants is relaxing, fun and satisfying. It`s also an LC-A paradise, so shouldn`t forget to bring a lot of rolls with you.
  • Xochimilco (Mexico City)

    Xochimilco (Mexico City)
    Xochimilco is one of the many neighborhoods in Mexico City, but it isn’t just any neighborhood, it’s one of the most fantastic places in Mexico City. It's a zone that maintains a lot of colorful, fantastic, and fun traditions. The most interesting thing about Xochimilco probably is the many water channels with houses, “chinampas” (chinampas are pieces of land that are put into a lake to get some more place to live in or plant crops.

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