Mexico City live cam

Mexico City, view from the Zócalo

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    • 3 days ago
    • "david hall"

    Protest camps set up in central Mexico City as dissatisfaction with López Obrado

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    • 4 days ago
    • "lynn james"

    I think these are political protesters in the tents.

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    • 5 days ago
    • "Peter"

    tent village. what is it

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    • 5 days ago
    • "AS400techman"

    What's going on with all the tents?

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    • 1 month ago
    • "Allan"

    Anyone know why the flags are at half mast?

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    • 6 months ago
    • "Paul"

    @ j.murray, I’m also surprised by the amount of people milling about without any restrictions!

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    • 6 months ago
    • "J Murray "

    Surprised to see people are still strolling around - not on lockdown like most of our Covid-19 stricken world :(

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    • 6 months ago
    • "CC"

    I wonder what's going on in the plaza right now? It looks like people have pitched tents...

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    • 7 months ago
    • "Capture Sam"

    15mar20-- On 16 March 2020 - The birthday of Benito Juárez is celebrated in Mexico on the third Monday in March. This national hero is known for making reforms to create a democratic federal republic. Benito Juárez Day is a federal public holiday in Mexico. Banks, schools, government offices and many businesses are closed. People intending on traveling via public transport in Mexico should check with public transit authorities on any timetable or route changes. -_- EnJoy EnJoy

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    • 7 months ago
    • "AS400techman"

    Anybody going to Mexico City and doesn't know where to stay, do what I did. I booked a hotel overlooking the Zocalo. Walking around in the day or evening is great, there is always something going on. We visited from England in December 2019, did an open top bus tour and visited the pyramids before moving on to Morelia for the next part of our tour.

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    • 7 months ago
    • "Capture Sam"

    22feb20--The Mexico In the Heart of Mexico tourism and culture fair has returned to the Zócalo in Mexico City, bringing together dancers, chefs, artisans and tourism representatives from every state in the country. The visual centerpiece of the fair is the Great Pyramid, a temporary exhibition space housing some of the most iconic archaeological pieces from the museums of the city’s Historic Center. The Kitchen Pavilion, which offers traditional dishes from all across the country. Folkloric dance traditions will be on display on the main stage, along with art exhibitions, concerts, and other cultural events. The Serpent of Quetzalcóatl, the artisans’ tent, over 500 artisans from all corners of Mexico sell their unique folk art and other products: Bacanora - an agave distillate from Sonora similar to mezcal and tequila, embroidered blouses called huipiles. Admission is free and open from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. until Sunday, March 1. _ = _ EnJoy EnJoy

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    • 8 months ago
    • "Capture Sam"

    13feb20--'Valentine's Day' week-end : to celebrate the 'Day of Love and Friendship' in a special way in the capital of the country, pop concerts, presentations of musical ensembles, and projections of romantic films will take place Friday Saturday,and Sunday. _ - _ EnJoy EnJoy

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    • 8 months ago
    • "Capture Sam"

    9feb20--A group of 30 artisans from Uriangato, Guanajuato, led a team of 300 volunteers in the creation of what is believed to be the world’s largest “carpet” design in the Mexico City zócalo. The Ephemeral Art Monumental The Ephemeral Art Monumental Carpet is a design made of sawdust, salt, leaves, pine needles, corn cobs and grains of corn that represents Xico, the depiction of a dog spread out over 3,200 square meters across the capital’s main square. - - - EnJoy EnJoy

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    • 8 months ago
    • "Capture Sam"

    1feb20--Candlemas is a Christian holiday celebrated annually on February 2. It celebrates three occasions according to Christian belief: the presentation of the child Jesus; Jesus’ first entry into the temple; and it celebrates the Virgin Mary’s purification (mainly in Catholic churches).
    Monday 3 February is Día de la Constitución ( Constitution Day ). Día de la Constitución is a public holiday and it is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed. Día de la Constitución is celebrated on this Monday Holiday. Festivals, picnics, music concerts, and street celebrations are part of the festivities that occur throughout Mexico on Constitution Day.
    Wednesday the 5th is the actual annivercity of the approval by the Mexican constitutional congress of the Constitución Política de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos it was approved on February 5, 1917. The document included significant social reforms to labor laws and provided for equality without discrimination, among other reforms. Constitution Day is a federal public holiday in Mexico. Banks, schools, government offices and many businesses are closed. People intending on travelling via public transport in Mexico should check with public transit authorities on any timetable or route changes. - - EnJoy EnJoy

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    • 8 months ago
    • "Johnny."

    Now that's what you call a flag, how big is that.

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    • 9 months ago
    • "Cornelius"

    Does anybody know the purpose of all the trucks around the place?