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SOLD An early depiction of an Aztec calendar. The year is divided into 18 months of 20 days each. The Aztec “century”, or ‘Calendar Round’ is made up of 52 years.
Port of Muriel: Coastal profile.
Mexico City: Bird’s eye view over the city towards the Gulf of Mexico.
Panorama of the north side from the Castle of San Juan de Ulua.
Mexico City: View on Lake Texcoco, now completely covered by the city.
Mexico City: Convent of St. Francisco. View of the forecourt.
Mexico City: The new city built upon the Aztec capital of Tenochtitla after it’s capture by Hernan Cortez of Spain in the 16th century.
Mexico City: Paseo de Bucareli. Overlooking Chapultepec Park.
Panorama of the south side from the Castle of San Juan de Ulua.
Mexico City: Plaza de San Juan. View of the Iturbide Market.
Mexico City: Paseo de las Cadenas in the moonlight.
Orizana (Orizaba): Coastal profile and volcano.
Pan de Cabanas: Coastal profile.
El Sagrario de Mexico. The Sagrario tabernacle adjacent to the Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral.
Tables Muriel: Coastal profile from the Gulf of Mexico.
Rio Salado: View of the falls.
Mexico City: Templo Mayor. Dedicated to the Aztec Gods Huitzilpochli and Tlaloc, and demolished for the Cathedral in 1521.
Tenochtitla (Old Mexico City): The Aztec capital before being captured and razed by Hernan Cortez of Spain in the 16th century.