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Primos 💕 @zephikor Los quiero mucho! - - - - #family #holiday #weekend #sunday #brunch #sundaybrunch #mexicocity #cdmx #mexicanfood at Azul Histórico

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My go-to Friday night 💁🏻‍♀️ - - - #koreanbbq #cdmx #koreanfood #kfood #meat #beef #makgeolli #friday #friyay #fridaynight #mexico at Goguinara

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Ecstatic for the piece of 🇰🇷 @elsie_annabell brought me 💕 Gracias 🥰 💟 I love @thefaceshop.official cushions: moisturizing, great coverage and long lasting! - - - #selfcare #kmakeup #koreanmakeup #koreanskincare #cushion #cushionmakeup #skincare #thefaceshop #spf #spf50 #southkorea #seoul

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Después de 8 años ❤️ Love you my friend ☺️ at Huset

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas 🎄 - - - #hello #ootd #fular #scarf #massivescarf #xmas #christmas #christmasdecor #christmastree #beautifulday

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Stan’s soapbox, 1968. Stan Lee 🖤 - - -

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Got the flu 🤒 But got some organic avocados to cheer me up, from my patient’s annual harvest in Zitácuaro ❤️ - — - #thankful #thankyou #gracias #avocado #mexico #gift #present #organic #organicavocado

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📍Mixquic Part 3 - - 📝San Andres Mixquic is a community located in the southeast of Mexico City in the borough of Tláhuac. It is best known for its Day of the Dead commemorations, which consist of both ritual and cultural events lasting from October 31st to November 2nd. These events draw thousands of Mexican and international visitors, and culminate in the Alumbrada, when the cemetery that surrounds the community’s main church glows with thousands of candles and smoke from incense the evening of 2 Nov 2nd. - - - #mixquic #mexico #cdmx #tlahuac #diademuertos #diademuertosmx #dayofthedead #tradiciones #tradicionmexicana #flowers #instacdmx #instagood at Mixquic, Distrito Federal, Mexico

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📍Mixquic Part 2 - - 📝San Andres Mixquic is a community located in the southeast of Mexico City in the borough of Tláhuac. It is best known for its Day of the Dead commemorations, which consist of both ritual and cultural events lasting from October 31st to November 2nd. These events draw thousands of Mexican and international visitors, and culminate in the Alumbrada, when the cemetery that surrounds the community’s main church glows with thousands of candles and smoke from incense the evening of Nov 2nd. - - - #mixquic #mexico #cdmx #tlahuac #diademuertos #diademuertosmx #dayofthedead #tradiciones #tradicionmexicana at Panteon Mixquic, Tlahuac

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📍Mixquic Part 1 - - 📝San Andres Mixquic is a community located in the southeast of Mexico City in the borough of Tláhuac. It is best known for its Day of the Dead commemorations, which consist of both ritual and cultural events lasting from October 31st to November 2nd. These events draw thousands of Mexican and international visitors, and culminate in the Alumbrada, when the cemetery that surrounds the community’s main church glows with thousands of candles and smoke from incense the evening of Nov 2nd. - - - #mixquic #mexico #cdmx #tlahuac #diademuertos #diademuertosmx #dayofthedead #tradiciones #tradicionmexicana at Mixquic, Distrito Federal, Mexico

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Hɐlloʍǝǝn 👻 - - - #halloween #boo #scary #halloween🎃

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Frida-David-Juan-Remedios-José Clemente ❤️ 📝“Los patrimoniales” en el Museo de Arte Moderno 🖼 🖌Our cultural heritage translated in the work of prominent artists: José María Velasco, Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, José Clemente Orozco, Saturnino Herrán, Gerardo Murillo “Dr. Atl”, David Alfaro Siqueiros, Remedios Varo y María Izquierdo. R E P E A T 🎨 1. Las dos Fridas (Frida Kahlo, 1939). 2. The Revolution gives back culture (David Alfaro Siqueiros, 1958). 3. Autorretrato (Juan O’Gorman, 1950). 4. Tauro (Remedios Varo, 1962). 5. El tirano (José Clemente Orozco, 1947). - - #mam #museoartemoderno #cdmx #arte #art #painting #museum #museo #museology #modernartists #modernartmuseum #mexico #muralismo #muralistas #muralism at Museo de Arte Moderno de México

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⚠️WARNING: POST WITH SENSITIVE CONTENT⚠️ 📝Medical image for scientific/academic purposes, under patient’s consent. - 🖋Facial reconstruction after basal cell carcinoma excision with a simple radial free forearm flap. Follow-up at 7 months. 📌The RFFF has still clear applications nowadays, despite several existing alternatives. Its pliability and color match with facial skin makes it a reliable option for reconstruction. - - - #surgery #surgicalcase #casoclinico #clinicalcase #plasticsurgeon #plasticsurgery #recon #reconstruction #reconstructivesurgery #reconstructivesurgeon #cirugia #flap #medicine #medicina #science #ciencia #microsurgery #microsurgeon #microflap #flaps #md #hospital #orlife #quirofano #radialflap #rfff at Ssa Hospital Juarez Mexico

The awesome mural paintings by Jose Chávez Morado at the Alhóndiga de Granaditas. 📝 The Alhóndiga de Granaditas is an historic building that was created to replace an old grain exchange near the city's river. The name Alhóndiga translates roughly from both Arabic and Spanish as grain market or warehouse. It is equivalent to the regional grain exchange. Its construction lasted from 1798 to 1809, by orders of Juan Antonio de Riaño y Bárcena, a Spaniard who was the quartermaster of the city during the Viceroyalty of New Spain. When Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla's insurgent troops threatened to take over this city during the Mexican War of Independence, Riaño secured himself in the Grain Exchange on 28 September 1810, along with many other Spaniards and some rich criollos. The insurgents decided to burn down the eastern door to be able to enter and attack those that were inside. According to a popular tradition the man chosen to perform this task was Juan José Martínez "El Pípila", an extraordinarily strong local miner. Between 1955 and 1966, artist José Chávez Morado painted murals on the building reflecting the historical significance of the place. In 1958, the Grain Exchange opened officially as a museum. The building received World Heritage listing as part of the Historic Town of Guanajuato in 1988. 📸 Third photo shows Miguel Hidalgo’s proclamation about slavery abolition: 🔹“Being the selling of men against the roars of nature, are the laws of slavery hereby abolished”🔹. As only a few native indigenous people remained for labor after partial extermination by the Spanish, transatlantic African slaves were brought by force to Mexico instead: many of them eventually fought for their freedom and became unsung heroes of our independence. - #history #historia #mexico #independenciademexico #guanajuato #mexico #travel #viajar #viajes #travelphotography #art #mural #muralism #muralismo #cervantino #cervantino2018 at Alhóndiga de Granaditas

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