dia de los muertos

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Teotihuacán de Arista. This would be in the immediate vicinity of the Teotihuacán Pyramids. One of my favorite museums are the “outdoor” variety and this one sounds fascinating! The earliest notion of the Teotihuacán people is before Christ, and growing for centuries to create a vibrant community around AD 450. One would visit the Pyramid of the Sun, which apparently is along the Avenue of the Dead. WHICH BRINGS US BACK to this post card!

Written to people we don’t know, Mike and Laura, from my brother Arne with no address or stamp…. but somehow a part of our “collection”.

dia de los muertos

dia de los muertos

About Hali

Just a travel junkie trying to find my voice in the blogosphere. I enjoy sharing my photography and fast facts I learn in the places I travel through.

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