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SSOC ATED


The beleaguered at the corner of and Avenue in ...

SSOC ATED

Guanajuato, Mexico


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Street Art in Guanajuato

author: sally : Guanajuato, Mexico
Sunday, September 4th, 2005


 

Street Art in Guanajuato

author: sally : Guanajuato, Mexico


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guanajuato is a colorful colonial city about five hours north of mexico city. historically, the city was the site of important battles in mexico's war for independence. today it is home to thousands of students from the university of guanajuato. the name "guanajuato" evolved from the native words for "place of the frogs." now the only frogs you see are the cartoon ones decorating kitchy souvenier t-shirts. guanajuato's popular attractions include diego rivera's birthplace, the international cervantino festival, the cult of death museum and a mummy museum which houses the smallest mummy in the world (eww). here's some art lining the old walls...



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The Elevated Wetlands


polar bears? or giant molars? "The Elevated Wetlands" is an ecological plastic-based sculpture by artist Noel Harding. They are located in Taylor Creek Park near the Don Valley Parkway. The six sculptures use recycled plastic soil to purify polluted water from...

The Elevated Wetlands

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Newtown Creek: Oily Sunset


Though it seems so postcard-ish, this sunset is enlivened by the fact that its take from above one of the nation's dirtiest waterways, Newtown Creek, the site of the nation's largest oil spill. The 1954 Exxon spill has left 9...

Newtown Creek: Oily Sunset

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The World Through the Window of a Train


The World Through the Window of a Train