From the archives (2009):
Tesoros (Treasures) highlights a dozen places in Mexico City. This presentation shows you the sites – some off the beaten track and all with an interesting history and future – and asks you take pictures.
Participants are asked to take a photo similar to the pictures in the Treasure Hunt album and share in a Flickr Group: http://flickr.com/groups/tesoros.
This is certainly not meant to be a comprehensive list, but a select choice of points of interest. Additional suggestions are welcome.
How this works: Tesoros is a Flickr Group highlighting a dozen places chosen by Ron Mader and friends in Mexico City. Participants are asked to take a photo similar to the pictures in the Treasure Hunt album.
If you post pictures on Twitter or Facebook or anywhere else, let us know where to find them.
Māori : Taonga
Árbol de la Noche Triste
Chapultepec – Cárcamo
Chapultepec – Sargento
Santa Maria La Ribera – Kiosko Morisco
El Caballito – Wikipedia
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