EL ZEMPOALTEPETL corazón espiritual Mixe

EL ZEMPOALTEPETL  corazón espiritual Mixe

EL ZEMPOALTEPETL corazón espiritual Mixe

Oaxaca is the spiritual reserve of Mexico. Not only because its mountain ranges have been a natural wall against the invader and the foreign predator.

Or because the treasure of our most essential identity is kept in its bowels.

 

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YAATE : EL CERRO DE LA CENIZA. (YAATE: THE ASH HILL)

YAATE : EL CERRO DE LA CENIZA. (YAATE: THE ASH HILL)

YAATE : EL CERRO DE LA CENIZA. (YAATE: THE ASH HILL)

In the heart of the Sierra Norte of Oaxaca, there is a small town where the West Sierra Madre joins the Easter Sierra Madre, also known as "Mixtec knot".

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THE TREASURE OF THE SEVENTH TOMB OF MONTE ALBAN

THE TREASURE OF THE SEVENTH TOMB OF MONTE ALBAN

THE TREASURE OF THE SEVENTH TOMB OF MONTE ALBAN

On January 9, 1932, archaeologist Alfonso Caso, his wife, María Lombardo and a small group of archaeologists and workers, made one of the most important discoveries of Mexican Archaeology insofar as it relates to a finding of gold in quantity and quality.

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THE SIERRA NORTE MOUNTAINS

THE SIERRA NORTE MOUNTAINS

THE SIERRA NORTE MOUNTAINS

The Sierra Norte, known as La Sierra Juarez, is a mountain range that runs parallel to the Gulf of Mexico, from the State of Nuevo Leon and as it narrows forms the waist of the nation in Oaxaca, almost joins with the Sierra Sur, mountain chain which runs down from Alaska parallel to the Pacific Ocean and in Oaxaca is called "Mixtec knot".

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  • YAATE : EL CERRO DE LA CENIZA. (YAATE: THE ASH HILL)

    YAATE : EL CERRO DE LA CENIZA. (YAATE: THE ASH HILL)

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  • Library for the blind

    Library for the blind "JORGE LUIS BORGES"

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  • Capulalpam de Méndez

    Capulalpam de Méndez

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  • EL ZEMPOALTEPETL  corazón espiritual Mixe

    EL ZEMPOALTEPETL corazón espiritual Mixe

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  • HIERVE EL AGUA (Water Boils)

    HIERVE EL AGUA (Water Boils)

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Textile Museum


Written by Guillermo Marin on .

In the year 2007 was inaugurated the Textile Museum of Oaxaca in what was part of the former convent of San Pablo dating back to the 16th century, but which suffered severe and consecutive damage by earthquakes that shake the city.

The Museum aims to promote and disseminate the millenary textile tradition of the State as well as to encourage the search for new creative proposals in the textiles.

It has six collections of a great historical and artistic value, in addition to different cultural and academic activities for the benefit of the local community, tourists and artists from around the world.

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