Mexico Monsters Inc. & Mythological superhero: Street performers in Mexico City.

Published on March 25th, 2014 | by Mark Chesnut

Monsters Inc. & Mythological superhero: Street performers in Mexico City.

Breakdancers, Quinceañeras & Candy: Street Shots of Mexico City (PHOTOS)

Mexico City is a very visual place. It’s a fascinating, diverse metropolis where colors, action and visual treats await in every neighborhood. During my most recent trip to Mexico City, in between visiting 4 of the most fascinating museums in Mexico City and wandering the homes and studios of Mexican artists Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, I gave my cameras a good workout while strolling the sidewalks of Mexico City.

As usual, I found amazing visual treats in Mexico‘s capital — especially in the Centro Histórico, the historic downtown where colorful street performers make money alongside nuns selling food on the Zócalo city square and Calle Madero, the busy pedestrian thoroughfare (see more of my photos of Calle Madero’s street artists and performers here). I also documented a quinceañera photo shoot taking place at the foot of the Angel de Independencia monument, and the many colors and diversions of Chapultepec Park.

MORE MEXICO CITY TRAVEL TIPS:
Mexican History, Mexican Art: Touring 4 Great Museums in Mexico City (PHOTOS)
Inside the Home & Studio of Frida Kahlo & Diego Rivera (PHOTOS)
HOTEL REVIEW: Room Mate Valentina — Mod Mexico City Hotel Style

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The founder and editor of LatinFlyer.com, Mark has more than 15 years of experience as a writer, editor and manager. He's worked with some of the biggest consumer, in-flight and travel trade publishers that cover Latin America.


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