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Aqueduct
Photo By Pedro Gutierrez

  • Title: Aqueduct
  • State/Province/Region:
  • Country: Mexico
  • Nearest Area: State of Mexico
  • Nearest Town: Tepotzotlan, Mexico
  • Brief Directions: Located near by Tepotzotlan in the State of Mexico. This town is known as a 'magic town' for its color and colonial arquitecture. The Aqueduct site is known as a arquitectural marvel. People can walk across it as if it was a bridge.
  • Notes: These image series is part of a book documentary done for the Department of Education and the Teacher's Union in Mexico. I took portraits of each teacher being recognized for his/her work going beyond duty for the sake of education. At the same time I took some representative landscapes to illustrate the towns where they live and/or teach.
  • GPS Longitude: -99.223113
  • GPS Latitude: 19.716629
  • Description: Xalpa aqueduct built by Jesuits from 1704 to 1854 in Tepotzotl├ín, Mexico.
  • Gear: NIKON D2X
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