Legend of Popocatepetl Iztaccihuatl, the most well know volcanoes in Mexico.

Legend of Popocatepetl Iztaccihuatl, the most well know volcanoes in Mexico.

México #MexicoCity #volcanoes #Popocatepetl #Iztaccihuatl

México #MexicoCity #volcanoes #Popocatepetl #Iztaccihuatl

Jesús Helguera (1910-1971)     Mexican painter who married the heroic Aztec image to Catholicism. For any one growing up in SoCal in the 70′s this style of art was everywhere. It completely reminds me of LA and the Chicano culture boom of the period.

Puro Hispana Jesús Helguera Mexican painter who married the heroic Aztec image to Catholicism. For any one growing up in SoCal in the this style of art was everywhere. It completely reminds me of LA and the Chicano culture boom of the period.

El Popocatépetl desde el Iztaccíhuatl!!

A jaw-dropping shot of the majestic volcano of Popocatépetl as viewed from the equally monumental dormant volcano of Iztaccíhuatl in Mexico.

What a view of the volcanoes! 2700 metres above sea level.  #popocatepetl #iztaccihuatl #mexico #laloma #sunday #cycling #granfondo #climbing #cyclingclub #friends

What a view of the volcanoes! 2700 metres above sea level. #popocatepetl #iztaccihuatl #mexico #laloma #sunday #cycling #granfondo #climbing #cyclingclub #friends

Vista Aerea Popocatepetl & Iztaccihuatl - Despegue de la Ciudad de Mexic...

Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl volcano. View from Puebla, Puebla, Mexico

Resultado de imagen para Popocatepetl - Iztaccihuatl acuarelas

Resultado de imagen para Popocatepetl - Iztaccihuatl acuarelas

Resultado de imagen para Popocatepetl - Iztaccihuatl acuarelas

Resultado de imagen para Popocatepetl - Iztaccihuatl acuarelas

The Legend of Iztaccihuatl and Popocatepetl by Jesús Helguera - According to legend, the Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl volcanoes, visible on a clear day from Mexico City, were once star-crossed human lovers. Popocatepetl is usually represented as a hunky indigenous man carrying or sitting by the side of Iztaccihuatl who, because of the shape of the volcano, looks like she is lying down and is known as La Mujer Dormida.

The Legend of Iztaccihuatl and Popocatepetl by Jesús Helguera - According to legend, the Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl volcanoes, visible on a clear day from Mexico City, were once star-crossed human lovers. Popocatepetl is usually represented as a hunky indigenous man carrying or sitting by the side of Iztaccihuatl who, because of the shape of the volcano, looks like she is lying down and is known as La Mujer Dormida.

La leyenda entre el Popocatépetl y el Iztaccíhuatl

The enduring power and tragedy of Malcolm Lowry's Under the Volcano, 70 years on

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