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Denuncio!!! Las hordas criminales del ASESINO NARCOTRAFICANTE, EVO MORALES, continúan realizando actos criminales contra el PUEBLO !!! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . #bolivia🇧🇴 #bolivialibre🇧🇴 #amercalatina #noestassolo #bolivialibre #memeevomorales #memebolivia #evomoralesmeme #bolivia #evamorales #Fraude #GolpedeEstado #evo #Morales #fueraevo #fuerzaevo #memeevomorales #cubalibre #Maduro #venezuela #Fernandez #desgraciasocialista #cuba #libertad #dictadurasocialista #evopresidentelegitimo #evopresidenteilegitimo #renuncia #mexico #argentina #nicolasmaduro

Angelique Boyer

@sebastianrulli me llevo a @azulikuhmay @roth.azulik que lugar tan increíble y lo mejor es que está en #mexico🇲🇽 cerca de #cobá, si tienen oportunidad tienen que conocerlo. Ojalá existieran más lugares como este, tan inspiradores que provocan querer vivir allí. Del gran creador Eduardo Neira @roth.azulik . La artista que armó el playground de olor en la ultima foto es de Sissel Tolaas sumamente interesante!

Antiqua Archeologia

🇮🇹 Gli archeologi messicani hanno rinvenuto all'interno della Piramide del Sole di Teotihuacan alcuni depositi votivi. Uno di questi potrebbe essere stato destinato a consacrare la costruzione della struttura avvenuta nel I sec. d.C. Il deposito in questione conteneva una splendida maschera antropomorfa in pietra verde e diversi strati di manufatti. La maschera ritrovata, ricavata da un'unica pietra e alta 11 cm, è diversa dalle altre maschere di Teotihuacan perché presenta dimensioni più ridotte e volume; è possibile che possa trattarsi di un ritratto di un determinato individuo. 🔸️🔹️🔸️🔹️🔸️🔹️🔸️🔹️🔸️🔹️🔸️🔹️🔸️🔹️🔸️🔹️ 🇬🇧 Mexican archaeologists have found some votive deposits inside the Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan. One of these votive deposits could have been destined to consecrate the construction of the structure occurred in the first century AD. The deposit in question contained a splendid anthropomorphic mask in green stone and several layers of artifacts. The rediscovered mask, made from a single stone and 11 cm high, is different from the other Teotihuacan masks because it has smaller dimensions and volume; it is possible that this may be a portrait of a particular individual. 🔹️🔸️🔹️🔸️🔹️🔸️🔹️🔸️🔹️🔸️🔹️🔸️🔹️🔸️🔹️🔸️ 📸 Photo by INAH 🔸️🔹️🔸️🔹️🔸️🔹️🔸️🔹️🔸️🔹️🔸️🔹️🔸️🔹️🔸️🔹️ #southamerica #america #messico #mexico #teotihuacan #mesoamerican #archaeologists #piramidedelsole #PyramidOfSun #archeologi #maschera #mask #discovery #scoperta #archeologicaldiscovery #archeology #archeologia #archaeology #heritage #culture #history #maya #anthropology #AnthropomorphicMask

TIME

In #mexico’s big cities, drug cartel gunmen normally act like phantoms. Residents know they are there and are scared. Most the time, they can’t see them. But on Oct. 17 in the Sinaloan city of #culiacan, the cartel gunmen were everywhere. They openly drove in trucks with mounted machine guns, blockaded streets flashing their Kalashnikovs and burned trucks. They took control of the strategic points in the metro area, shut down the airport, roads and government buildings, and exchanged fire with security forces for hours. At least eight people were killed. And in this unusual battle, the Sinaloa Cartel won. Their uprising was in response to soldiers storming a house and arresting Ovidio Guzman, the 28-year old son of convicted kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman. But after hours of chaos, the federal government let soldiers release him. Ioan Grillo has covered Mexico’s drug violence for 18 years, written two books about the subject and seen many extraordinary episodes. In Sinaloa, the cradle of drug traffickers, he has repeatedly been on the crime beat, chasing bullet-ridden corpses and reporting into the mountains to Guzman’s opium-growing village. But Thursday was different. It wasn’t gangster action; it was a mass insurrection. Read more at the link in bio. Photographs by @estrellafoto—@afpphoto/@gettyimages (1, 3) and Augusto Zurita—@apnews