Teotihuacán

My wife and i took these pictures during our last visit to Teotihuacán, this place is beautiful, no matter how many times i go there, the view of the pyramids is always breathtaking.

Piramides

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Teotihuacán “The place where men became gods” is a name given to it by the Nahuatl speaking Aztecs when they discovered the ruins centuries after the city fell. Teotihuacan was a pre-Columbian Mesoamerican city located near the Valley of Mexico, known today as the site of many of the most architecturally significant Mesoamerican pyramids built in the pre-Columbian Americas. Apart from the pyramids, Teotihuacan is also anthropologically significant for its complex, multi-family residential compounds; the Avenue of the Dead; and the small portion of its beautiful murals that have been exceptionally well-preserved.

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Monino, Museo de la fuerza aérea Rusa

One of my dreams was to visit the Monino Air Force museum, it wasn´t easy but was really cool to see all those clasic aircraft, in the museum one can see all the models of the Soviet and Russian Air Force, it was really inspiring to watch all those flying machines, a great experience for any aircraft enthusiats.

Estas algunas fotos que tomé en mi visita a Monino, el museo más grande de aviación en Rusia, es un lugar muy interesante porque se pueden ver aviones desde los inicios de la aviación soviética hasta los más actuales cazas rusos, además de interesantes prototipos como el Yak-141 Freestyle y el Yak 36 Freehand , transportes como el An-22 Antei, aviones que dieron pie al desarrollo de los actuales aviones de combate.

SU-33, Mig-29, Su-24
Mig-29, Su-33, Su-24
many
Tu-144
Mig-23
Mig-23
Mig-27
Mig-27

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