After the devastating earthquake that returned to the region in a huge lake, the only thing left of the city was the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Capital Zocalo, the National Palace and the Palace of Fine Arts near where once was the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan , the rest of the city was sunk in the water, fortunately only 400 people died when being crushed by the skeletons, the systems and simulacra of terroposos prevented more casualties, but that yes miles of people were homeless, the only thing that the government Mexican has done is in the construction of artificial islands built and built, built the old buildings, some roads and tramways were built while certain streets, streets and boats are used and rafts similar to those used in the Lake Xochimilco, the Mexico City, almost like a Venice of the Americas, the beauty of squares, colonial buildings, museums and rest areas or, the increase of tourism in the capital, you can see the rafts seizing tourists from different countries, some transporting products from other cities of the Valley of Mexico, even, to improve the environment, serenades and musicians, were also arranged in a sequence structures pre-Columbian to give the idea of being in the Aztec capital, a city that amaravilló the Spanish conquerors when they reached the road of Tlalocan, although there have been points where the streets are extinct, human waters, water is polluted, so dirty that not even the beggars of the streets or the houses of the poor, the tool to bathe or drink.
Forget Atlantis, Mexico City is where it's at!
Suddenly, this makes me want to see a map of what Mexico City would look like if Lake Xochimilco and Lake Texcoco refilled today.
me encanto el dibujo <3
me estas diciendo que esto