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The Legend of Our Lord of the Poison by Angelica Galicia

Spanish For the Spaniards, conquering the Aztec capital, Mexico-Tenochtitlan, was only the first of many battles waged to finally impose their culture on the inhabitants of those rich lands, which for many years remained true to their beliefs and traditions. It took the friars of various orders t... Read More

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El Callejón del Diablo by Chela Orozco

English Hasta hace algunos años existía, a corta distancia de lo que hoy es el centro de la Ciudad de México, una estrecha callejuela conocida con el nombre de el Callejón del Diablo. Empezaba en el descampado de la calle de San Martín y desembocaba en la calle de la Zanja. Aquella calleju... Read More

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The Legend of Devil’s Alley by Chela Orozco

Spanish Devil's Alley  until recently was a narrow passage  just a short distance from what is now downtownMexico City .  It started  in the clearing of Calle San Martin and merged  into Calle La Zanja.  That alley with the ominous name consisted of a dark passageway, lined with leafy tre... Read More

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La Leyenda de Quetzalcoatl

The Legend of Quetzalcoatl by Chela Orozco

Read it in Spanish Quetzalcoatl, one of the main deities of pre-Hispanic civilizations, is present in most of 15th-century Mesoamerica. From the beginning, he has been attributed countless mysteries: he is considered a man, a deity, a priest, a myth or a legend. The origin of hi... Read More
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