Scenes from the Museo Nacional de Antropología

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9 thoughts on “Scenes from the Museo Nacional de Antropología

    • Hahaha. I felt the same thing with ruins. I saw so many pyramids and old Mayan temples that by the time I got to D.F. I was done. Didn’t want to see anything anymore.

  1. It’s an awesome museum, Sara. When I went, I went with school, and the history teacher and I snook away so he could show me more about his country. He said it was proof that aliens helped early civilisations. One of the proofs he provided was how the giant stone heads all appear to be wearing Nasa space helments, and some seem to have microphones… All this in broken Spanglish.

    It was an odd visit.

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