The famous city of Mexico is the capital and the economic, political, cultural and transport center of the country. This is an ancient highland city, located on the plain of Jilake on the edge of the Southern Highlands of Mexico, with an altitude of 2,259 m.
Mexico is located in the tropics, but due to the high terrain, the winter is not too cold and the summer is not too hot. The mild climate should be an ideal summer vacation and nursing home. The city is surrounded by mountains.
To the south is the Caterhuo range all year round, snow-white, to the east is Teskeke Lake – the cultural cradle of ancient Indians. Mexico has a beautiful scene, concentrating on Indian cultural relics. Throughout the city, there are frescoes that reflect the life and struggle of Mexicans, making it a tourist center of Latin America.
Mexico City is the home of the Indian Aztecs. Legend has it that, from the beginning of the 11th century, the Aztec nomadic tribe in northern Mexico received a transmission. Accordingly, they had to go south, until they saw a falcon beaking a snake, parked on a large cactus.
That is their place of residence. Under the leader of Tennuoqi, they began the expedition. After a long climb up the mountain to the stream, with a deep bird leading the way, they finally found the destination. It is a Teskeke Lake island area.
Mexico City has many scenic spots. The square of the former Aztecs is now a constitutional square in the city center. The west is the famous national palace, the presidential palace, the defense ministry, the finance ministry, the Mexican national museum. At the central main door hung a “self-made bell”, which was the bell that Hidago’s hero (who led the Mexican people to fight against the dominance of Spanish colonialism) struck.
To the west of the square is Mexico’s main industrial area. The north has a large chapel, built by the Aztecs from ruins. Roundabouts in the city have flower beds. A bronze relief is called Tenuoquidi Bright House, built on a high inclined flat in the south and lower in the north. The ground floor is covered with red glazed tiles in square, dark blue and light green.