Giant gypsum crystals as large as 4 feet wide and 50 feet long fill what is now known as Naica Mine. The monstrous beams — some of the largest natural crystals ever found — have been growing for hundreds of thousands of years beneath the earth.
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.