On the brown wood floor, the Mexican boys jumped repeatedly on the Jarana while the three girls stood in the middle of the ring and slammed their heels on the beat of Son. Saturday night and they will dance until the sun rises. Because in Mexico City, people live to love.
Mexico City – The City of lovers
Do not rush to think only young people are left over for a half-hour kiss. In Mexico City, love is on every corner of the street, on the head of silver, the tight tightening of the waist and affectionate hands. In Mexico City, love is not sex. Just go to the Glorieta de Insurgentes square and watch gay couples still hang together until midnight. Oh, Mexico City is a gay marriage support center.
Not far away from this place, the old town in the heart of Mexico City is home to the archaeological site of the Aztec Templo Mayor. It was built in the 14th-15th centuries. The old town is also home to many beautiful colonial-era buildings such as Palacio de Bellas Artes, Monumento a la Revolución..
But do not think that this passionate city is rich in noisy entertainment without the depth of historical culture. Knowledge visitors can spend a few days visiting the National Anthropology Museum, one of the finest in the world in terms of abundance, detail. and a wealth of artifacts as well as information about the Maya civilization, the Aztec. In particular, the museum still holds a large stone of the Aztecs.
In October, when standing on the top of the 44-story Torre Latinoamericana tower in central Mexico City, looking across the city in the late afternoon sun, you will not be surprised to ask yourself this beautiful. They will see where this city comes from. Beneath the red rooftops is a vibrant city.