<p><br> One of the many artists who gather to sell their wares outside of the Cathedral in the <i>zócalo</i>, Mexico City's main square.</p>

Artist in Zócalo


One of the many artists who gather to sell their wares outside of the Cathedral in the zócalo, Mexico City's main square.

Photograph by Francisco Mata Rosas

Mexico City in Black and White

See Mexico City photos in this gallery from National Geographic’s Ultimate City Guide for Mexico City.

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