Travel Photography Photos tagged as monuments
This huge butterfly, called Morpho or Atlas Moth was whole day slumbering in the inside of the door of our room. Another was firmly gripped to the plant inside the room. These are inoffensive beautiful insects.
We took this photo after coming down from the pyramid, from the top there is a fabulous view of the whole valley and various other smaller monuments.
This photo taken from a long distance shows the majestic pyramid
This Monarch Butterfly, after hovering over us, settled down and Alex took the photo.
The impressive and enchanting building designed by Adamo Boari and completed by Federico Mariscal, houses the Palace Museum and the Architectural Museum and Theater. The wall Murals are painted by famous mexican artists.
This street is facing the Cathedral and around the Presidential Palace. Food Stalls and shops selling souvenirs, clothes and Mexican jewelery.
The interior of the Cathedral Metropolitano in Mexico City
The Pyramid of The Sun God
A architectural drawing of the monument
A stone tablet explaining the meaning of the road from which the dead, after suffering the calamities of life, walked to the pyramid
Murals painted by Diego Rivera, depicting Mexico's struggle thru' revolutions, wars and independence. These paintings are in the gallery of the Palace of Fine Arts, Alameda, Mexico city.
Sculpture "The Harmony" by Leonardo Bistolfi, front facade, Fine Arts Palace, Mexico City. The beautiful building constructed wih white marble, was commissioned by President Porfirio Diaz. Huge murals painted by Diego Rivera and Rufino Tamayo.
The Palace of Fine Arts. Alameda Principal, the beautiful building in white marble. Inside are paintings by Rivera and Tamayo, depicting the birth of Mestiso nationality of the Mexican people.
Huge paintings painted on the wall in the entrance of Hotel Principal, Mexico city
Entrance to the Hotel Principal, calle Bolivar, 29 Mexico city. On the left wall are painted large murals.
The interior plaza of the Presidential Palace, Mexico city
Mural painted by Diego Rivera "The Feathered Eagle with a Serpent in its beak and Mexican National Flag laid out in front. The Aztecs built the city guided by the legend that their empire will be at the spot where an Eagle with a snake its beak and sitting on a Cactus, will be found.
Murals painted by Diego Rivera in the gallery at Presidential Palace, Mexico city
The Plaza de la Constitution, Presidential Palace. Decorations from the day of Independence September 15.
sculpture, the youth by Andre Allar, lateral facade, Fine Arts Palace, Mexico City
The interior ceiling of the Palace of Fien Arts.
This foto shows the interior of the Parliament house, situated in the same building as the Presidential Palace
This foto shows the interior of the Parliament, Mexico city