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Latin American Collection

Latin America is a vibrant and diverse region that encompasses a rich tapestry of history, culture, and natural wonders

Background imageLatin American Collection: Downtown, Georgetown, Guyana, South America

Downtown, Georgetown, Guyana, South America

Background imageLatin American Collection: DIEGO RIVERA: DETROIT. Automobile Industry. Large detail of Diego Riveras mural at The Detroit

DIEGO RIVERA: DETROIT. Automobile Industry. Large detail of Diego Riveras mural at The Detroit Institute of Arts, 1932-1933

Background imageLatin American Collection: Andean condor (Vultur gryphus) flying over Torres del Paine National Park, Chilean Patagonia

Andean condor (Vultur gryphus) flying over Torres del Paine National Park, Chilean Patagonia, Chile, South America

Background imageLatin American Collection: Cueva de las Manos (Cave of hands), Santa Cruz Province, Patagonia, Argentina, South

Cueva de las Manos (Cave of hands), Santa Cruz Province, Patagonia, Argentina, South America

Background imageLatin American Collection: WORLD SERIES, 1955. Left fielder Sandy Amoros of the Brooklyn Dodgers catches a deep fly ball hit

WORLD SERIES, 1955. Left fielder Sandy Amoros of the Brooklyn Dodgers catches a deep fly ball hit by Yogi Berra of the New York Yankees in the sixth inning of the seventh

Background imageLatin American Collection: Peru, Machu Picchu, The lost city of the Inca

Peru, Machu Picchu, The lost city of the Inca

Background imageLatin American Collection: Quito, with Pichincha Volcano in the background, Ecuador, South America

Quito, with Pichincha Volcano in the background, Ecuador, South America

Background imageLatin American Collection: Central America, Panama, Cristobal. Kuna Indian traditional molas

Central America, Panama, Cristobal. Kuna Indian traditional molas

Background imageLatin American Collection: DIEGO RIVERA: DETROIT. Detail from Diego Riveras mural depicting the American automobile industry

DIEGO RIVERA: DETROIT. Detail from Diego Riveras mural depicting the American automobile industry at The Detroit Institute of Arts, 1932-1933

Background imageLatin American Collection: Skyline of Santiago with the Gran Torre, Santiago, Chile, South America

Skyline of Santiago with the Gran Torre, Santiago, Chile, South America

Background imageLatin American Collection: Detail of Diego Riveras mural at the Detroit Institute of Arts depicting the American automobile

Detail of Diego Riveras mural at the Detroit Institute of Arts depicting the American automobile industry, 1932-33
DIEGO RIVERA: DETROIT. Detail of Diego Riveras mural at the Detroit Institute of Arts depicting the American automobile industry, 1932-33

Background imageLatin American Collection: Aerial view of Kaieteur Falls and the Potaro River in full spate, Guyana, South America

Aerial view of Kaieteur Falls and the Potaro River in full spate, Guyana, South America

Background imageLatin American Collection: MEXICO: 1810 REVOLUTION. The Cry of Dolores, Miguel Hidalgos call to revolt, 16 September 1810

MEXICO: 1810 REVOLUTION. The Cry of Dolores, Miguel Hidalgos call to revolt, 16 September 1810. Detail of the mural by Juan O Gorman, 20th century

Background imageLatin American Collection: DIEGO RIVERA: DETROIT. The central scene in Diego Riveras mural

DIEGO RIVERA: DETROIT. The central scene in Diego Riveras mural, depicting the American automobile industry at The Detroit Institute of Arts, 1932-1933

Background imageLatin American Collection: TENOCHTITLAN (MEXICO CITY) at the time of the Spanish Conquest: colored woodcut, 1556

TENOCHTITLAN (MEXICO CITY) at the time of the Spanish Conquest: colored woodcut, 1556

Background imageLatin American Collection: Perito Moreno Glacier, elevated view, Los Glaciares National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Perito Moreno Glacier, elevated view, Los Glaciares National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Santa Cruz Province, Patagonia, Argentina, South America

Background imageLatin American Collection: Cueva de las Manos (Cave of Hands), UNESCO World Heritage Site, a cave or series

Cueva de las Manos (Cave of Hands), UNESCO World Heritage Site, a cave or series of caves located in the province of Santa Cruz, 163 km south of the town of Perito Moreno, Patagonia, Argentina

Background imageLatin American Collection: Two women at work in a Mexican kitchen. Painting by an unknown artist, c1850

Two women at work in a Mexican kitchen. Painting by an unknown artist, c1850
MEXICO: KITCHEN, c1850. Two women at work in a Mexican kitchen. Painting by an unknown artist, c1850

Background imageLatin American Collection: TENOCHTITLAN (MEXICO CITY). Mexico City at the time of the Spanish Conquest

TENOCHTITLAN (MEXICO CITY). Mexico City at the time of the Spanish Conquest: colored woodcut from the Latin edition of Cortes Second Letter, Nuremberg, 1524

Background imageLatin American Collection: FRANCISCO PANCHO VILLA (1877-1923). Mexican revolutionary leader

FRANCISCO PANCHO VILLA (1877-1923). Mexican revolutionary leader. Photographed wearing bandoliers with his military staff during the Mexican Revolution, c1913

Background imageLatin American Collection: Girls dancing a sevillana beneath colourful lanterns

Girls dancing a sevillana beneath colourful lanterns, Feria de Abril (April Fair), Seville, Andalucia (Andalusia), Spain, Europe

Background imageLatin American Collection: Llama in Machu Picchu, Cusco Region, Peru, South America

Llama in Machu Picchu, Cusco Region, Peru, South America

Background imageLatin American Collection: Buenos Aires, La Boca, Argentina, Tango dancers from above

Buenos Aires, La Boca, Argentina, Tango dancers from above

Background imageLatin American Collection: Puerto Rico, Luquillo, El Yunque National Forest, Trail

Puerto Rico, Luquillo, El Yunque National Forest, Trail

Background imageLatin American Collection: Quechua Indian family on Floating Grass islands of Uros, Lake Titicaca, Peru, South

Quechua Indian family on Floating Grass islands of Uros, Lake Titicaca, Peru, South America

Background imageLatin American Collection: JOSE J. MARTI (1853-1895). Cuban patriot. Oil on canvas, 1891, by Herman Norman

JOSE J. MARTI (1853-1895). Cuban patriot. Oil on canvas, 1891, by Herman Norman

Background imageLatin American Collection: Capybara (Hydrochaeris hydrochaeris) and white-throated kingbird (Tyrannus albogularis) on the back

Capybara (Hydrochaeris hydrochaeris) and white-throated kingbird (Tyrannus albogularis) on the back, Pantanal, Mato Grosso, Brazil, South America

Background imageLatin American Collection: The Sao Paulo skyline from Jardins, Sao Paulo, Brazil, South America

The Sao Paulo skyline from Jardins, Sao Paulo, Brazil, South America

Background imageLatin American Collection: Boat dock and Paine mountains at sunset, Torres del Paine National Park, Patagonia, Chile

Boat dock and Paine mountains at sunset, Torres del Paine National Park, Patagonia, Chile, South America

Background imageLatin American Collection: Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego, Argentina, South America

Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego, Argentina, South America

Background imageLatin American Collection: MAP: PUERTO RICO, 1900. Map of Puerto Rico printed in the United States, c1900

MAP: PUERTO RICO, 1900. Map of Puerto Rico printed in the United States, c1900

Background imageLatin American Collection: DIEGO RIVERA: DETROIT. Edsel B. Ford, extreme right, and William Valentiner in a detail from Diego

DIEGO RIVERA: DETROIT. Edsel B. Ford, extreme right, and William Valentiner in a detail from Diego Riveras mural depicting the American automobile industry at The Detroit Institute of Arts, 1932-1933

Background imageLatin American Collection: MEXICO: INDIANS, c1500. P urhepecha (Tarascan) Indians of Michoacan Province, Mexico

MEXICO: INDIANS, c1500. P urhepecha (Tarascan) Indians of Michoacan Province, Mexico, flee their village shortly before the arrival of Spanish conquistadors

Background imageLatin American Collection: TEXAS FLAG, 1842. Texas flag seized from Texan prisoners during a Mexican raid on San Antonio

TEXAS FLAG, 1842. Texas flag seized from Texan prisoners during a Mexican raid on San Antonio and a subsequent battle at Mier, Mexico, 1842

Background imageLatin American Collection: View of the Iguassu (Iguazu) (Iguacu) Falls, UNESCO World Heritage Site, a waterfall

View of the Iguassu (Iguazu) (Iguacu) Falls, UNESCO World Heritage Site, a waterfall on the border of Brazil and Argentina, South America

Background imageLatin American Collection: Traditional houses in the colorful old town of Cartagena, Colombia, South America

Traditional houses in the colorful old town of Cartagena, Colombia, South America

Background imageLatin American Collection: Mount Huayna Potosi viewed from Mount Chacaltaya, Calahuyo, Cordillera real, Bolivia, Andes

Mount Huayna Potosi viewed from Mount Chacaltaya, Calahuyo, Cordillera real, Bolivia, Andes, South America

Background imageLatin American Collection: Cusco and mountains, peru, peruvian, south america, south american, latin america

Cusco and mountains, peru, peruvian, south america, south american, latin america, latin american South America

Background imageLatin American Collection: Lacerda Elevator at sunset, Salvador, State of Bahia, Brazil, South America

Lacerda Elevator at sunset, Salvador, State of Bahia, Brazil, South America

Background imageLatin American Collection: Aconcagua Mountain reflecting in the Espejo Lagoon, Aconcagua Provincial Park, Central Andes

Aconcagua Mountain reflecting in the Espejo Lagoon, Aconcagua Provincial Park, Central Andes, Mendoza Province, Argentina, South America

Background imageLatin American Collection: Lago de los Tres and Mount Fitz Roy, Patagonia, Argentina, South America

Lago de los Tres and Mount Fitz Roy, Patagonia, Argentina, South America

Background imageLatin American Collection: Galapagos blue-footed booby (Sula nebouxii excisa), North Seymour Island, Galapagos

Galapagos blue-footed booby (Sula nebouxii excisa), North Seymour Island, Galapagos, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ecuador, South America

Background imageLatin American Collection: The Brazilian Congress, Brasilia, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Brazil, South America

The Brazilian Congress, Brasilia, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Brazil, South America

Background imageLatin American Collection: Independence Square at sunset, Quito, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Pichincha Province, Ecuador

Independence Square at sunset, Quito, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Pichincha Province, Ecuador, South America

Background imageLatin American Collection: Church of St. Francis of Assisi, designed by Oscar Niemeyer, Pampulha Lake, Pampulha

Church of St. Francis of Assisi, designed by Oscar Niemeyer, Pampulha Lake, Pampulha, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil, South America

Background imageLatin American Collection: View of city skyline, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil, South America

View of city skyline, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil, South America

Background imageLatin American Collection: View of downtown La Paz, Bolivia, South America

View of downtown La Paz, Bolivia, South America

Background imageLatin American Collection: U. S. Air Force photograph of the launch site of intermediate-range ballistic missiles (IRBMs)

U. S. Air Force photograph of the launch site of intermediate-range ballistic missiles (IRBMs) at Guanajay, Cuba
CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS, 1962. U.S. Air Force photograph of the launch site of intermediate-range ballistic missiles (IRBMs) at Guanajay, Cuba, 17 October 1962



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Latin America is a vibrant and diverse region that encompasses a rich tapestry of history, culture, and natural wonders. From the iconic artwork of Diego Rivera to the thrilling moments in sports history, Latin America has left an indelible mark on the world. Diego Rivera's mural at The Detroit Institute of Arts showcases his immense talent and captures the essence of the automobile industry. With intricate details and vivid colors, this masterpiece transports us back to a time when Detroit was at the forefront of innovation. In 1955, during the World Series, Sandy Amoros made an unforgettable catch that secured victory for the Brooklyn Dodgers. This momentous event showcased Latin American talent in sports and highlighted their contribution to baseball's legacy. The Cueva de las Manos in Patagonia, Argentina takes us even further back in time. These ancient cave paintings depict hands imprinted on rock walls by indigenous people thousands of years ago. It serves as a reminder of their deep connection with nature and their artistic prowess. Moving northwards to Panama, we encounter Kuna Indian traditional molas - intricately designed textiles that reflect their vibrant culture. Each stitch tells a story passed down through generations, preserving their heritage amidst modernity. Peru's Machu Picchu stands as one of humanity's greatest architectural achievements. This lost city built by the Inca civilization continues to captivate visitors from around the globe with its awe-inspiring beauty and mysterious past. Quito, Ecuador offers breathtaking views with Pichincha Volcano towering over its landscape. This juxtaposition between urban life and untamed nature perfectly encapsulates Latin America's ability to harmonize progress with its natural surroundings. Back in Mexico City lies TENOCHTITLAN - once a thriving Aztec capital before Spanish conquest forever changed its course. A colored woodcut from 1556 depicts this magnificent cityscape as it stood centuries ago; reminding us of Mexico's complex history.