Loooove these baskets! Bartolome de las Casas mid-block entrance to the Benito Juarez Market, the indigenous women who weave baskets sit like sentries or a welcoming committee, surrounded by their wares.
Architecture Picture 1 Museo Soumaya in Mexico City - anvil-shaped museum in Mexico City, with a windowless facade composed of hexagonal aluminium tiles. The Museo Soumaya houses one of the most important art collections in Latin America.
This magnificent stained glass spiral is called The Glory Window. It forms the ceiling of the Chapel of Thanks-Giving in Thanks-Giving Square in Dallas, Texas. It is designed by Gabriel Loire of Chartres, France
Located a few kilometres east of Tuxtla Gutierrez, the capital of Chiapas, the Sumidero Canyon (Cañon del Sumidero in Spanish), has 800 meter-high walls feet) and lots of natural life. Sumidero Canyon's Río Grijalva is a gorgeous landscape.