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Guadalajara, Mexico in North America

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El Hombre de Fuego (Man of Fire), the most notable of the murals painted by Jose Clemente Orozco between 1936 and 1939, in the Instituto Cultural de Cabanas, built between 1805 and 1810, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico Featured Guadalajara Print

El Hombre de Fuego (Man of Fire), the most notable of the murals painted by Jose Clemente Orozco between 1936 and 1939, in the Instituto Cultural de Cabanas, built between 1805 and 1810, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico

El Hombre de Fuego (Man of Fire), the most notable of the murals painted by Jose Clemente Orozco between 1936 and 1939, in the Instituto Cultural de Cabanas, built between 1805 and 1810, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, North America

© Richard Maschmeyer

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Satellite view of the landscape of central Mexico Featured Guadalajara Print

Satellite view of the landscape of central Mexico

January 10, 2011 - Satellite view of the landscape of central Mexico. Near the top of the image, a black boundary line has been overlain on the blue waters of the Rio Grande River, which forms the border between the state of Texas in the United States and the states of Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo Leon and Tamaulipas, Mexico. In Mexico, this important waterway is called Rio Bravo del Norte, or simply Rio Bravo, and is an important source of water for agriculture.
The Sierra Madre Occidental Mountains line the western portion of Mexico. In the north, the mountains rise about 300 km inland from the Pacific Ocean, but approach to within 50 km at their southern extent. In the east, the Sierra Madre Oriental Mountains run over 1, 000 km from north to south, progressively nearing the Gulf of Mexico at the southern terminus. Between the two mountain ranges lies the Mexican altiplano. Guadalajara can be seen as a large gray smudge north of the slate blue Laguna de Chapala in the lower left of the image

© Stocktrek Images

The Cathedral at Guadalajara, Mexico, c1900. Creator: Unknown Featured Guadalajara Print

The Cathedral at Guadalajara, Mexico, c1900. Creator: Unknown

The Cathedral at Guadalajara, Mexico, c1900. View of Guadalajara Cathedral, built in the Spanish Renaissance style, except for its Neo-Gothic spires. There have been several buildings on the site, due to a series of earthquakes which have destroyed previous cathedrals. From Scenic Marvels of the New World edited by Prof. Geo.R. Cromwell. [C.N.Greig & Co., c1900]

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