Quetzalcóatl float in Mexico City's Zócalo plaza, Sept. 15, 2010

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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  • Fig. 13. A float symbolizing the Quetzalcóatl, or the Plumed Serpent, passes in front of the Palacio Nacional during the Bicentenario in the Zócalo in Mexico City, September 2010. (Courtesy of AP Photo, Alexandre Meneghini.)