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03/03/2012

Mexiko: Schatzkammer der Kulturen

Spanisches Erbe auf Schritt und Tritt: Die Altstadt von Oaxaca ist eine der schönsten Kolonialstädte des mexikanischen Südens.

von Bernhard Praschl

APThe Cathedral is seen in this overall view of downtown Oaxaca, Mexico on Monday, Dec. 4, 2006. The troubled southern Mexican city of Oaxaca is visibly returning to normal after six months of protests and violent clashes that killed at least nine people.

REUTERSA boy takes walks with his goat on the outskirts of Oaxaca December 8, 2011. When President Felipe Calderon came to power five years ago, he pledged to cut rampant poverty in Mexico. Instead, millions more have joined the ranks of the poor and half

REUTERSA woman, wearing her traditional clothing, walks on stage at the "Guelaguetza" festival in the southern city of Oaxaca July 19, 2010. The "Guelaguetza" (Monday of the Hill) is a nine-day folkloric festival celebrating Oaxaca states seven cultural r

EPAepa00930610 A woman from the Macuilxochitl town in the Mexian state of Oaxaca carries corn in a basket heading to the market at dawn today, Monday 12 February 2007. Hundreds of families are going facing economic problems due to the rising price of corn

APTO GO WITH STORY TITLED MAGIC MINT--The Sierra Mazateca Mountains in the Mexican state of Oaxaca are seen from the road leading to Huautla de Jimenez, Jan. 30, 2002. Different people from around the world have come to this sweltering corner to grab a pi

EPAepa02271325 An undated handout picture released on 02 August 2010 by the Mexican National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) shows the prehistoric caves of Yagul and Mitla in central valley of Oaxaca. The cultural landscape of the Prehistoric

AP** FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ** Ellie and Fred Schowalter, of Los Osos, Calif., look at a guidebook flanked by two skeletons in Oaxaca, Mexico, Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2008. More than a year after police evicted protesters who held the city for months, visitors to

EPAepa00930609 Women from the Macuilxochitl town in the Mexian state of Oaxaca flip and bake their corn cakes or tortillas in the market at dawn today, Monday 12 February 2007. Hundreds of families are going facing economic problems due to the rising pric

EPAepa01822406 An undated handout picture provided on 13 August 2009 by the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH as in Spanish) shows the Archeological site Monte Alban in the Mexican state of Oaxaca. Monte Alban was founded by the Zapotec

dapdA giant representation of an alebrije statue is displayed during an alebrije parade in Mexico City, Saturday Oct. 22, 2011. Alebrijes are traditionally carved wooden statues, typical from Mexicos state of Oaxaca. (Foto:Marco Ugarte/AP/dapd)

REUTERSDancers, wearing their traditional clothing, perform on stage at the "Guelaguetza" festival in the southern city of Oaxaca July 19, 2010. The "Guelaguetza" (Monday of the Hill) is a nine-day folkloric festival celebrating Oaxaca states seven cultur

REUTERSAgave cactus plants are seen in a field near the town of Santiago Matatlan November 14, 2007. Mezcal is produced in the south western state of Oaxaca and is distilled from fermented agave cactus. Picture taken November 14, 2007. REUTERS/Stringer

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