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At the Calle Fr. 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.

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.

The Basket Makers, Benito Juarez Market, Oaxaca, Mexico

At the Calle Fr. 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.

The Museo Soumaya, Mexico City from http://www.arnewde.com

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.

Mexican artist Xavier de Maria y Campos hopes the new b’aktunoob, or Maya calendar cycle, ushers in a new era of positive thinking and appreciation of nature and the environment, two things the Maya believed in.   The Pyramid of Positive Thinking, a structure that honors the Mayan Calendar. (Evelyn Kanter)

One of the special attractions set up to celebrate the ending of the Maya calendar is a new pyramid that's being constructed for doomsday, and beyond.

Chiapas México

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.