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Central Mexico Alphabet Portrait
Teotihuacan, and the state of Morelos (Cuernavaca, Xochicalco & Taxco)
A is holding up the carriage in the Cortez museum in Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico.
B is carving by the door of a church in Cuernavaca.
C is the pepper vendor’s scale in the mercado in Cuernavaca.
D is the door décor in a Cuernavaca neighborhood.
E is in the mortar near the temple of the sun in Teotihuacan.
F is the woodwork of a door in Cuernavaca.
G is carved in the ruins at Xochicalco outside of Cuernavaca.
H is the windowpane in a Cuernavaca neighborhood.
I is the outline of the ancient ball field at Xochicalco.
J is near the roofline of a house in Cuernavaca.
K is a lucky arrangement of bolillos in a bakery in Cuernavaca.
L is in the shadows of ancient ruins in Cuernavaca.
M is on the steeple of the chapel by the cathedral near the Zocolo in Cuernavaca.
N is the display of mining tools in the Cortez museum in Cuernavaca.
O is looking up into the cupola inside the cathedral in Cuernavaca.
P is carved in the ruins at Xochicalco.
Q is the goal post (fallen to the ground) in the ancient ball field at Xochicalco.
R is carved in the heavy church door in Taxco.
S is over the entrance to a school in Cuernavaca.
T is a central figure in Taxco folklore.
U is an undulating wall near St. Michael’s chapel in Cuernavaca.
V is looking deep into the moat around the ruins in Cuernavaca.
W is on the collar of an Aztec gargoyle at Teotihuacan.
X is over the door to the cathedral near the Zocolo in Cuernavaca.
Y is one of a series of topiary trees in a neighborhood in Cuernavaca.
Z is Aztec designs on a wall displayed in the Cortez museum in Cuernavaca.
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