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La magia

If there is a place in Mexico City where we can get lost in time it is Coyoacán. On a bright sunny January morning I discovered Coyoacán. I walked through its streets and visited its beautiful squares. I watched people passing through the Garden of the Coyotes and I walked to the Arches of the old courtyard of the Church of San Juan Bautista. From there I walked along Avenida Francisco Sosa where every house, every door, every corner and every alley is one surprise after another. Several names have taken this road from Camino Real, Paseo de las Damas (because it paraded the girls looking Beau), Avenida Juarez to its current name. Returning to the Church of San Juan Bautista decided to get into it, not the first time I visit but each time gives me new feelings. Despite being one of the first churches built in America, by Spanish missionaries in the sixteenth century, its beauty is striking, the altarpieces, paintings and sunlight entering through the windows at that hour of the morning. I could not leave that place without visiting the Convent, in whose courtyard found orange trees, roses, pine strange mixture with palm trees. To continue my journey followed by Higuera Street to the Plaza de la Conchita. When I saw her walk through some of the entries people cleaning their houses and the owners of the shops opening their premises, they all showed in their faces the pride of living in this place. Coming to the Plaza de la Conchita I was transported in time as to sit in the pews of reddish stone, I could see the little chapel ivory which the story was built as a gift for your lover Hernán Cortés, Doña Marina known as "La Malinche". The stone cross is in the middle of the garden gives an air of mysticism that led me to meditation ..... Camilos Parent activity that developed in the seventeenth century in his convent-Posada, which is located on the south side of this square.
Maria Jose Musi
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Bohemian feel in mexico city

I got ot know Coyoacán taking a tour bus which stopped at the southern circuit, and we had only 12 hours to get to seeas much as possible of the vast Mexico City. But I left wanting more. Walking through its narrow streets, colonial houses and looking into the house of Frida Kalo, which is the blue photo. Coyoacán is one of the zones of the city where you can see the colonial legacy, as if a few decades ago a village on the outskirts of the city, is now fully within it, but still retains its traditional character, which together with its lovely squares, streets and houses, has attracted a big number of artists, which has given this area a nice bohemian feel.
Flavia Ramos
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Coyoacán is the cultural heart of the...

Coyoacán is the cultural heart of the city of Mexico City, a bohemian place that relaxes you after hormiguera of capital. The name Coyoacán means the place of coyotes. It is one of the 16 districts of the city. The historic center was recognized by UNESCO as a place of historical monuments for its good condition and its cultural significance. Are several museums and beautiful churches, is a place you can not miss to see how was the ancient city of Mexico during the Spanish colonization. Among the most interesting museums are the Museum of Frida Kahlo, which talks about the life of the famous painter feminist museum Leon Trotsky, his Russian lover, and the house of Diego Rivera, her husband. During the Mexican Revolution, the rebels hid Coyoacán and the leaders of the revolution, was a very artistic and free thinking. There is a lively neighborhood life even today, despite the huge city that surrounds the neighborhood. Also nearby Aztec Stadium, which hosted the World Cup in Mexico.

Coyoacán es el corazón cultural de la ciudad de México DF, un lugar más bohemio que te relaja después de la hormiguera de la capital. El nombre de Coyoacán significa el lugar de los coyotes. Es uno de los 16 distritos de la ciudad. El centro histórico fue reconocido por la UNESCO como lugar de monumentos históricos por su buen estado de conservación y su importancia cultural. Se encuentran varios museos y bellas iglesias, es un lugar que no puedes dejar de ver para saber como era la antigua ciudad de México durante la colonización española.

Entre los museos más interesantes, están el museo de Frida Kahlo, que habla de la vida de la famosa pintora feminista, el museo de Léon Trotsky, su amante ruso, y la casa de Diego Rivera, su marido. Durante la revolución mexicana, Coyoacán escondía a los rebeldes y los líderes de la revolución, era un lugar muy artístico y de libre pensamiento.

Hay una vida de barrio animada todavía hoy, a pesar de la ciudad enorme que rodea el barrio. También está cerca del estadio azteca, donde tuvo lugar la copa del mundo de México.
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Well, not only the house of frida can...

Well, not only the house of Frida can find in this neighborhood (it is necessary to clarify that we are talking Frida?) For those people who've been to Buenos Aires and were able to visit the neighborhood of San Telmo porteñísimo although not identical Coyoacán in much resembles it. On Sundays Sundays in both neighborhoods are unique, quiet Sundays walking, shopping for house things might not use ever, or just sit around drinking coffee or something cool. In my case, I went to the neighborhood the last day of my stay in Aztec lands, a problem in the neighborhood is that there are almost no hotels, so you have to stay (as I did in my case) in pretty bad hotels category (motels, rather). In another corner I'll talk about the perhaps most famous Mexican of all time, Ms. Frida Kahlo. -

Bueno, no sólo la casa de Frida podemos encontrar en este barrio (es necesario aclarar de que Frida estamos hablando?)
Para aquellas personas que han estado en Buenos Aires y han podido visitar el porteñisimo barrio de San Telmo, si bien Coyoacán no es idéntico, en mucho se le parece. Los domingos en ambos barrios son domingos únicos, domingos para caminar tranquilos, hacer compras para la casa de cosas que tal vez no usemos nunca, o sólo quedarse sentados por ahí bebiendo un café o algo fresco. En mi caso particular, fui al barrio el último día de mi estadía en tierras aztecas, un problema es que en el barrio no existen casi hoteles, por lo que hay que alojarse (como lo hice en mi caso) en hoteles de bastante mala categoría (moteles, mejor dicho). En otro rincón les hablaré de la tal vez mas famosa mexicana de todas las épocas, doña FRIDA KAHLO.-
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Where the coyotes. it is one of the m...

Where the coyotes. It is one of the most visited areas and districts of Mexico. There he lived with Frida Kahlo Diego Rivera, or exiled Trorski. It has a special charm, with colorful houses, many bars ... Of course, I played at work.

Donde viven los coyotes. Es una de las zonas o distritos más visitados de México. Allí vivió Frida Kahlo junto a Diego Rivera, o se exilió Trorski. Tiene un encanto especial, con casas de colores, muchas cantinas... Eso sí, a mí me tocó en obras.
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Visit coyoacn is to scale the colonial past, trapped in its traditional architecture and revolutionary contrasts, offers us a break to the big city

Visit Coyoacán is to scale the colonial past, trapped in its traditional architecture and contrasts revolutionary, gives a break to the big city. You can enjoy a family atmosphere, and taste the typical snacks, or an excellent coffee with churros all flavors.

Visitar coyoacán es hacer una escala al pasado colonial, atrapada en su arquitectura tradicional y contrastes revolucionarios, nos ofrece un descanso a la gran urbe

Visitar Coyoacán es hacer una escala al pasado colonial, atrapada en su arquitectura tradicional y contrastes revolucionarios, nos ofrece un descanso a la gran urbe. Podremos disfrutar de un ambiente familiar, y degustar los antojitos típicos, o un excelente café acompañado de churros de todos sabores.
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Discovering mexico

A magical and unforgettable start to discover our country a place where you can enjoy typical Mexican food rich and also enjoy museums with great stories such as Frida Kahlo Museum better known as the Blue House!

Descubriendo méxico

Un lugar mágico e inolvidable comenzamos por descubrir nuestro país un lugar donde puedes disfrutar de rica y típica comida mexicana,además disfrutar de museos con grandes historias como lo es Museo Frida Kahlo mejor conocido como la casa azul!
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Coyoacan means "land of coyotes" is a...

Coyoacan means "land of coyotes" is a neighborhood of Mexico City, a must if you are traveling to this metropolis. It represents one of the bohemian neighborhoods in museums are dedicated to Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, Leon Trotsky ... In such tranquility is breathed is difficult to think that is so close to df and not follow the frantic pace that characterizes the capital. Maintains an almost permanent market. You will also find enticing restaurants.

Coyoacan significa "tierra de coyotes"
es un barrio de ciudad de México, de visita obligada si viajas a esta metrópoli.
Representa uno de los barrios bohemios, en el se encuentran museos dedicados a diego rivera, a frida kahlo, a León trosky... En el se respira tal tranquilidad que resulta difícil pensar que esté tan cercano a df y no siga ese ritmo frenético que caracteriza a la capital.

Mantiene un mercadillo casi permanente.

Encontrarás también restaurantes con mucho encanto.
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Tacos coyoacn

Tacos Coyoacn

Tacos de coyoacán

Tacos de Coyoacán
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Visit coyoacn

Typical Mexican neighborhood

Visita a coyoacán

Típico barrio mexicano
Algalan
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# yosoyloquecomparto

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Because us ❤

Because us ❤

Because us ❤
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Love it!

In a corner of Coyoacan listening to the marimba, love it !!!

¡Me encanta!

En un rincón de Coyoacan escuchando la marimba.
Alejandra Irra
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Hobbie

History and art combined to perfection.

Hobbie

Historia y arte combinados a la perfección.
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Sunset unexpected

Sunset unexpected

Atardecer inesperado
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