Cuilapan de Guerrero in Oaxaca (region) with it's 10,782 habitants is located in Mexico - about 229 mi (or 369 km) South-East of Mexico City, the country's capital town.
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1# Monte Alban- Mexico Oaxaca ~ ~~~~ ~ www.our-holiday-travel.com
Www.our-holiday-travel.com www.our-holiday-travel.com Monte Albán is a large pre-Columbian archaeological site in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca www.our-holiday-travel.com
3# Mark Remington's Kitty City Ditty
Mark's ode to homeless pets everywhere. From www.weaselvideoproductions.com
4# San Antonino Near Ocotlan Oaxaca MX Palm Sunday 2012
Palm Sunday before Easter in San Antonino Oaxaca Mexico. On Palm Sunday Christians celebrate the triumphal entry of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem, the week before his death and resurrection. Palm Sunday marks the beginning of Holy Week, which concludes on Easter Sunday. Palm branches are given out representing the palm branches that covered Jesus' path as he entered Jerusalem. In San Antonino, people bring gifts to the cemetery after which they walk in a procession to the church. After Mass, the gifts, including animals, are auctioned off and the money given to the church for renovation.
5# Danza de Pluma (Espacio) - Villa de Zaachila, Oaxaca (Esto es... Oaxaca)
Www.viveoaxaca.org Grupo de danza de pluma Buin Ni Rya de la Villa de Zaachila interpretando espacio en el atrio de la iglesia de la comunidad.
6# Mexican Rug Designs
Examples of Zapotec rug designs from Oaxaca, Mexico. Many examples are handwoven by Chavez Santiago Family Weavers, Teotitlan del Valle. Federico Chavez Sosa, his wife Dolores Santiago Arrellanas, and children Eric Chavez Santiago, sister Janet and son Omar only work with 100% wool using natural dyes. Take a weaving class with them! See www.oaxacaculture.com and visit their Galeria Fe y Lola, 5 de Mayo #408, Centro Historico, Oaxaca, Tel. (951) 524-4078.
7# El Dia de Muertos observances at Xoxocotlan cemetery in Oaxaca Mexico
Families spend the night of October 31 at the Xoxocotlan cemetery outside of Oaxaca in celebration of their dead relatives. Bands play music, and the graves are covered with a profusion of flowers, photos of the dead, their favorite food, and drawings made of sand.
8# Outing to Ixtlan
Eleven of us shared a cabana in the eco-tourist resort of Ixtlan in the mountains north of Oaxaca. Then we spent a day to ourselves in an idyllic meadow near caves, and a clear rushing stream. The Aztecs passed through Ixtlan on their way to conquer the Zapotec capitol of Mitla and were held up by 4 days of furious resistance by the villagers here, who were used to the rugged terrain and could attack, and then withdraw into the forest and caves.
9# Interjet A320 Landing in Oaxaca
Interjet A320 Landing in Oaxaca it was a very bumpy landing, the hardest ive ever experienced on any commercial flight. this was also the inaugural flight. if you want to see the video about the inaugural flight visit www.youtube.com Aterrizaje en Oaxaca de un A320 de Interjet fue un aterrizaje muy Fuerte, el mas duro experimentado por mi alguna vez en un vuelo comercial. este fue también el vuelo inaugural. si quieres ver el vídeo sobre lnaugural de vuelo visita EnElAire www.youtube.com
10# Dance: Danza Tehuantepec
Tehuantepec is a village in southwest Oaxaca famous for its beautiful and industrious women (it is a matriarchal community) who run the businesses, wear incredible hand-embroidered dresses, and gold coins to show off their wealth.
11# Chocosol Chocolate: From Beans to Bar
I followed Micheal Sacco, a chocolatier, through the remote jungles in Oaxaca Mexico to find out the true story of chocolate. It was an amazing trip, where I learned not only the story of Micheal's amazing chocolate, but I got a taste (so to speak) of a different way of life.
16# January 6th in Oaxaca
The Feast of the Epiphany, also known as the 12th day of Christmas, also known as "Three King's Day" in Oaxaca Mexico in 2012. Boxes and boxes of roscas (kings bread) everywhere!
17# 09 LUNG YIN KUEN / KUNG FU Oaxaca-Zaachila 29 abril 2012
Exhibición Zaachila 29 abril 2012 Rompimientos / Fuego
18# Double Toritos
Anyportinastorm.proboards.com Dancing with fireworks! Fiesta, Dec. 11, 2012, Capilla de la Virgin de Guadalupe, Colonia Mi Ranchito, Sta. Cruz Xoxocotlán, Oaxaca
19# Hotel Casa Arnel Oaxaca Traveler Photos - TripAdvisor TripWow
Tripwow.tripadvisor.com - Created at TripWow by TravelPod Hotels (a TripAdvisor™ company) Traveler Photos Of Hotel Casa Arnel, Oaxaca ★ Check Rates at: www.travelpod.com Photos in this video: - "View from Rooftop Patio at Casa Arnel" by Allisonbrianne from a blog titled "Feliz Año Nuevo" - "Dan on the roof of the hotel" by Propyr_teidi from a blog titled "Oaxaca Tastes GOOD" - "Singing parrot at our hotel" by Propyr_teidi from a blog titled "Oaxaca Tastes GOOD" - "Courtyard of our hotel" by Propyr_teidi from a blog titled "Oaxaca Tastes GOOD"
20# Aterrizaje en Oaxaca
Aterrizaje en el aeropuerto de la ciudad de Oaxaca en un Cessna Caravan de Aerotucán (Mayo 22, 2010) Visita Huatulco, Puerto Escondido y Tuxtla Gutiérrez por Aerotucán www.aerotucan.com.mx
21# Oaxaca Zocalo
So I'm sitting in the Zocalo having a nice cold beer and some uninvited guests appear to share my peanuts. They got particularly aggressive.
23# Monte Alban
The ruins of Monte Alban. At the very end is the sound of a cicada (chicharra or cigarra)
24# pan of Monte Alban
Quick pan of the Zapotecan ruins at Monte Alban near Oaxaca Mexico. Monte Alban is built at the junction of three broad valleys, across from the Atoyac stream, lays a series of large hills. The largest of these hills is nearly 400 meters above sea level. It was on the top of this mountain, which the Zapotecs leveled off and built into a great ceremonial city in about the year 500 ad. This center once ruled the entire region and collected tribute from the surrounding cities. The city is now known as Monte Alban. Monte Alban, or "White Mountains" in Spanish, was formerly called Danibaan (Sacred Mountain). No visit to Oaxaca can be considered complete without visiting Monte Alban. visit: www.delange.org for more info.
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