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The new city built upon the Aztec capital of Tenochtitla by the Spanish.
‘Nouveau Mexico,’ showing the city in the 18th century.
‘Ancien Mexico,’ showing the city as it was before European conquest.
San Agustin de las Cuevas: Easter celebrations with the Chapel of Cavalry on the Avenida Insurgentes Sur in the distance.
View on Lake Texcoco, now completely covered by the city.
Castle of San Juan de Ulloa from the sea. City of Vera Cruz in the background.
Aerial view of the city: Looking towards the Sierra Nevadas.
Naval and Military Flags.
View of Mexico City from the environs, looking towards Popocatepet, Iztaccihuatl and Pico de Orizaba.
Plaza de San Juan. View of the Iturbide Market.
Convent of St. Francisco. View of the forecourt.
Panorama of the south side from the Castle of San Juan de Ulua.
El Sagrario de Mexico. The Sagrario tabernacle adjacent to the Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral.
Tenochtitla (Old Mexico City): The Aztec capital before being captured by Hernan Cortez of Spain in the 16th century.
Paseo de Bucareli. Overlooking Chapultepec Park.
Trajes Mexicanos. Mexicans in traditional dress.
View of the port with the English and French Squadron lying in the harbour.
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.
Trajes Mexicanos. Soldiers from the South.
Paseo de las Cadenas in the moonlight.