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RIVERA, Diego Featured Mexico City Print

RIVERA, Diego

RIVERA, Diego (1886-1957). Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in Alameda Park, detail of mural, 1947-1948. MEXICO. Mexico City. Diego Rivera Web Museum. Central detail. Fresco on portable pannels. Mexican Mural Painting. Fresco. Proc: MEXICO. FEDERAL DISTRICT. Mexico City. Hotel Prado

© Mariani/Iberfoto/Mary Evans

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West Indies and Caribbean Map Featured Mexico City Print

West Indies and Caribbean Map

This Caribbean map covers an area from Dallas in the north to Esmeraldes in the south and from Mexico City in the west to French Guiana in the east. The map also includes insets of the Windward and Leeward islands. The map features political country colouring and towns/cities are marked in four population bands. Capital cities are also clearly marked

© Map Marketing Ltd

LA Capilla De San Elcear Featured Mexico City Print

LA Capilla De San Elcear

San Elizario Chapel, as known as La Capilla de San Elcear, was never a mission, but it functioned as a presidio chapel. It provided the religious needs of a presidio or an outpost of military personnel. The presidio was moved to the present site in 1789, to protect travelers and settlers along the Camino Real (Royal Highway) which ran from Mexico City through Juarez City, Mexico then called Paso del Norte to Santa Fe, NM. Its close proximity to the Ysleta and Socorro missions also provided protection for them.When Mexico became independent from Spain in 1821, the military presence at the presidio decreased. By 1848, the presidio had fallen into ruins. Rebuilding efforts began in 1853, with a small church. This proved inadequate and the present structure was completed in 1882. The exterior appearance has ever since changed very little.San Elizario MissionSan Elizario TexasUSA