Mexico City, S. XVI

From Performance in the Zócalo: Constructing History, Race, and Identity in Mexico's Central Square from the Colonial Era to the Present by Ana Martínez

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  • Theater and Performance
  • Latin American Studies
  • Latinx Studies
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  • Fig. 5. Sixteenth-century Mexico City, plan reconstructed by Antonio García Cubas, 1929. The borders of the Spanish town or traza are darker (red). (A color version of this image is available online. Courtesy of the Archivo Histórico de la Ciudad de México, AHCDMX.)