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banner emblazoned with a Mexican corrido (folk song).
The likeness of Frida Kahlo appears in the first panel as an arsenal worker.
Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso MUSEUM OFFLINE MAP GOOGLE MAP ( 55-5702-2834; www.sanildefonso.org.mx; Justo Sierra 16; admission M$45, Tue free; 10am- 6pm Tue-Sun; Zócalo) Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco and David Siqueiros painted murals here in the 1920s.
Most of the work on the main patio is by Orozco; look for the portrait of Hernán Cortés and his lover La Malinche underneath the staircase.
The amphitheater, off the lobby, holds Rivera’s first mural, La creación, undertaken upon his return from Europe in 1923.
A former Jesuit college built in the 16th century, San Ildefonso now hosts outstanding temporary art exhibitions.
Museo José Luis Cuevas MUSEUM OFFLINE MAP GOOGLE MAP ( 55-5522-0156; www.museojoseluiscuevas.com.mx; Academia 13; admission M$20, Sun free; 10am-6pm Tue-Sun; Zócalo) This museum showcases the works of artist Cuevas, a leader of the 1950s Ruptura movement, which broke with the politicized art of the post-revolutionary regime.
Cuevas’ La Giganta , an 8m-tall bronze female figure with some male features, dominates the central patio.
Alameda Central & Around Emblematic of the downtown renaissance, the rectangular park immediately northwest of the centro histórico holds a vital place in Mexico City’s cultural life.
Surrounded by historically significant buildings, the Alameda Central has been the focus of ambitious redevelopment over the past decade.
In particular, the high-rise towers on the Plaza Juárez have transformed the zone south of the park, much of which was destroyed in the 1985 earthquake.
Metro stations Bellas Artes and Hidalgo are located on the Alameda’s east and west sides, respectively.
The north–south Eje Central Lázaro Cárdenas passes just east of the park.
Palacio de Bellas Artes ARTS CENTER OFFLINE MAP GOOGLE MAP (Palace of Fine Arts; 55-5512-2593; www.palacio.bellasartes.
gob.mx; cnr Av Juárez & Eje Central Lázaro Cárdenas; museum admission M$43, Sun free; 10am-6pm Tue-Sun; ; Bellas Artes) Immense murals by world-famous Mexican artists dominate the top floors of this splendid white-marble palace, a concert hall and arts center commissioned by President Porfirio Díaz.
Construction on the iconic building began in 1905 under Italian architect Adamo Boari, who favored neoclassical and art nouveau styles.
Complications arose as the heavy marble shell sank into the spongy subsoil, and then the Mexican Revolution intervened.
Architect Federico Mariscal eventually finished the interior in the 1930s, utilizing the more modern art-deco style.
On the 2nd floor are two early-1950s works by Rufino Tamayo: México de hoy (Mexico Today) and Nacimiento de la nacionalidad (Birth of Nationality), a symbolic depiction of the creation of the mestizo (mixed ancestry) identity.
At the west end of the 3rd floor is Diego Rivera’s famous El hombre en el cruce de caminos (Man at the Crossroads), originally commissioned for New York’s Rockefeller Center.
The Rockefellers had the original destroyed because of its anti-capitalist themes, but Rivera recreated it here in 1934.
On the north side are David Alfaro Siqueiros’ three-part La nueva democracia (New Democracy) and Rivera’s four-part Carnaval de la vida mexicana (Carnival of Mexican Life); to the east is José Clemente Orozco’s La katharsis (Catharsis), depicting the conflict between humankind’s ‘social’ and ‘natural’ aspects.
The 4th-floor Museo Nacional de Arquitectura OFFLINE MAP GOOGLE MAP ( 55-5512- 1410; www.museonacionaldearquitectura.bellasartes.
gob.mx; Avenida Juarez s/n; admission M$25, free Sun; 10am-6pm Tue-Sun; Bellas Artes) features changing exhibits on contemporary architecture.
The recently renovated Bellas Artes theater (only available for viewing at performances) is itself a masterpiece, with a stained-glass curtain depicting the Valle de México.
Based on a design by Mexican painter Gerardo Murillo (aka Dr Atl), it was assembled by New York jeweler Tiffany & Co from almost a million pieces of colored glass.
In addition, the palace stages outstanding temporary art exhibitions, seasonal opera and symphony performances, and the Ballet Folklórico de México (Click here).
Alameda Central, Plaza de la República & Around Top Sights 1 Monumento a la Revolución A2 2 Palacio de Bellas Artes F2 Sights 3 Alameda Central E2 4 Biblioteca de México José Vasconcelos C4 5 Centro de la Imagen C5 6 El Caballito C2 7 La Ciudadela C5 8 Laboratorio de Arte Alameda D2 Monumento a la Revolución Observation Deck (see 1) 9 Museo de Arte Popular D3 10 Museo Franz Mayer E1 11 Museo Memoria y Tolerancia D3 12 Museo Mural Diego Rivera D2 Museo Nacional de Arquitectura (see 2) 13 Museo Nacional de la Estampa E2 Museo Nacional de la Revolución (see 1) 14 Museo Nacional de San Carlos B1 Paseo Cimentación (see 1) 15 Plaza de Santa Veracruz E2 16 Plaza Juárez E3 Sleeping 17 Boutique Hotel de Cortés D1 18 Casa de los Amigos A1 19 Hostel Suites DF B2 20 Hotel Edison A1 21 Hotel Marlowe E3 22 Palace Hotel A2 23 Plaza Revolución Hotel B2 24 Ramada Reforma C1 Eating 25 Churrería El Moro F4 26 El Cuadrilátero D4 27 El Huequito E4 28 Gotan Restaurante B2 29 Mi Fonda E4 Drinking & Nightlife 30 Bósforo D3 31 Café La Habana B3 32 Crisanta A2 Entertainment Ballet Folklórico de México (see 2) 33 Cinemex Real D2 Palacio de Bellas Artes (see 2) Shopping 34 Centro de Artesanías La Ciudadela C4 35 Gandhi F3 36 Mercado San Juan E4 Alameda Central PARK OFFLINE MAP GOOGLE MAP ( Bellas Artes) Created in the late 1500s by mandate of then-viceroy Luis de Velasco, the Alameda took its name from the álamos (poplars) planted over its rectangular expanse.
By the late 19th century the park was graced with European-style statuary and lit by gas lamps.
It became the place to be seen for the city’s elite.
Today the Alameda is a popular refuge, particularly on Sunday when families stroll its pathways.
The park was spruced up recently with dancing fountains and well-manicured gardens rife with fragrant lavender plants.
Museo Mural Diego Rivera MUSEUM OFFLINE MAP GOOGLE MAP (Diego Rivera Mural Museum; 55-5512-0754; www.museomuraldiegorivera.bellasartes.
gob.mx; cnr Balderas & Colón; admission M$19, Sun free; 10am-6pm Tue-Sun; Hidalgo) Home to one of Diego Rivera’s most famous works, Sue?o de una tarde dominical en la Alameda Central (Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in the Alameda Central), a 15m-long mural painted in 1947.
Rivera imagined many of the figures who walked in the city from colonial times onward, among them Hernán Cortés, Benito Juárez, Porfirio Díaz and F

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PS and the: PS is mainly about your creative thinking and creative ability, should not be too complicated, in some direction on the creation, as far as possible, humanistic thinking. The best partial theoretical research, comment and analysis to the objective, not subjective need, not too avant-garde ideas, but also the research direction of each other and whether you meet the professor. Interview锛 People think this is the most important, the first general works made in the past, the professor will take the initiative to contact you, you can talk about some topic, let's have a solid understanding of you. Now the good news is that several famous art school in the United States each year to Shanghai, Beijing to do publicity, can advance contact with the school, if their admissions director came to interview, can, hold their own, or pretty opportunity. And the school can also contact, understand the school idea and dynamic. Scholarship锛 I want to regret to say, many art colleges and universities of professional art is actually cannot provide sufficient funding. The general assistant will provide the opportunity to fight for their own needs, then can do some work for the job, LOAN is a kind of method, some art schools and some institutions will provide funding for international students, but not much. The Art Institute of this year formed a concept that the "rich people", so in order to be able to a good school, or you need to have some work experience and income. The art of success, are generally the first job after school, the school is to reposition their thinking. Also worth mentioning is that many LAC (liberal arts college) with postgraduate education, but less income, are generally rich in aid to students, we can refer to. For example, Oberlin, smith. Choose a school: If you hope to focus on theoretical development, to the best of UNIV's School of art. If you focus on practice and creation, the best professional art institute of college, academy. Inst. Of course, the general direction they also emerged (VS creation theory). Small professional school can help you a good future in the community employment, work and personal creation, is to go to the relevant agencies. UNIV provides you with a good background, most to do research and education institutions.
Puyang is located in the northeast of Henan Province, the lower reaches of the Yellow River, the northern border with Handan City of Hebei Province, the western border with Anyang City, Huaxian County and Tangyin County, the southwest border with Changyuan County, the eastern border with Tai'an City and Jining City of Shandong Province, the northeast border with Liaocheng City of Shandong Province, and the southeast border with Heze City of Shandong Province.
Puyang is an important commodity grain production base and one of the main grain, cotton and oil producing areas.
Petroleum, natural gas, salt, coal and other underground resources are abundant. They are the location of Zhongyuan Oilfield and the important petrochemical base and petroleum machinery equipment manufacturing base of the country.
Puyang is one of the important birthplaces of the Chinese nation and a famous historical and cultural city. Puyang is also one of the important origins of Chinese surnames. The surnames of Lu, Zhang, Fan, Yao, Qin, Gu, Meng and Luo all originated from it.
Puyang is the "home of Chinese acrobatics", acrobatics has a long history and has a broad mass base.
In February 2012, it was named "Emperor Capital of China" by the Society of Ancient Capital of China.
Puyang City is located in the northeast of Henan Province, the lower reaches of the Yellow River and the junction of Hebei, Shandong and Henan provinces.
East, South and Jining and Heze of Shandong Province City across the river, the northeast is adjacent to Liaocheng and Tai'an in Shandong Province, Handan in Hebei Province in the north, Anyang City in Henan Province in the west, and Xinxiang City in Henan Province in the southwest.
Located between 35 20 and 36 12 23 in the north and 114 52 to 116 5 in the East and west, 125 km in length and 100 km in width in the north and south.
The total area of the city is 418 square kilometers.
Puyang has a rich cultural heritage.
Puyang is a famous historical and cultural city in China. It is known as "the legacy capital of Qianxun" and "the hometown of Emperor Shun", and is named "the capital of Emperor China" by the Society of Ancient Capital of China.
The clam-shaped dragon pattern unearthed in 1987 over 6400 years ago is known as "the first dragon in China". The Chinese Yanhuang Cultural Research Society named Puyang as "the Dragon Capital of China".
Puyang acrobatics enjoys a good reputation both at home and abroad, and is the "home of Chinese acrobatics".
Puyang, with flat terrain and pleasant climate, fertile land and convenient irrigation, is an important commodity grain production base in China and one of the main grain and cotton production areas in Henan Province.
The main crops are wheat, corn, rice, soybean, cotton, peanut and so on.
In 2003, the total grain output of the city was 160.3 tons.
animal husbandry has formed five main breeding bases for broilers, layers, sheep, lean pigs and cattle. In 2003, the total meat output of the city was 208 thousand and 100 tons, and the products were sold at home and abroad.
Puyang is located in the hinterland of Zhongyuan Oilfield. The main mineral resources in Puyang are oil, natural gas, salt and coal. Among them, there are 1 billion tons of oil reserves and 300 billion cubic meters of natural gas reserves. The quality of oil and gas is excellent and the value of comprehensive utilization is high.
Puyang is a petrochemical city built with the development of Zhongyuan Oilfield, and it is a key petrochemical base in Henan Province.
Since its founding, Puyang has always taken the construction of a modern petrochemical city as its overall goal, relying on oil and gas resources, and has successively built large-scale chemical enterprises such as ethylene in the Central Plains, and large-scale chemical enterprises in the Central Plains. The industrial system dominated by petrochemical industry constitutes a strong economic support for Puyang.
At present, under the strategic guidance of "building a city by industry, building a city by industry, building a city by industry, building a city by industry, building a city by industry and prosperity, building a strong city by industry", Puyang is focusing on expanding the scale of enterprises, lengthening the chain of petrochemical industry and products, and seizing new opportunities for development, so that petrochemical enterprises have made considerable progress in the adjustment of industry structure, raw material structure and product structure. Enterprises have developed from one product to many devices and varieties, and from a single agrochemical industry. It has developed into more than 100 kinds of products including chemical fertilizer, petroleum refining, organic chemical industry, inorganic chemical industry, biochemical industry and fine chemical industry.
In 2013, the city's GDP broke through the 100 billion yuan mark and reached 113.048 billion yuan, 17 times that of 2008; the added value of industries above scale was 64.374 billion yuan, 19 times that of 2008; the investment in fixed assets was 94.189 billion yuan, 34 times that of 2008; the revenue of public finance budget was 6.051 billion yuan, 24 times that of 2008; the total retail sales of social consumer goods was 36.534 billion yuan, 22 times that of 2008; and urban residents were living in cities and towns. The per capita disposable income of the people is 21,571 yuan, which is 1.7 times that of 2008; the per capita net income of farmers is 7,904 yuan, which is 1.9 times that of 2008; and the total energy consumption of 10,000 yuan gross domestic product has decreased by 16.82% in five years.
Puyang is the hometown of dragon and acrobatics in China. Dragon culture and acrobatics art are the characteristics and brand of Puyang and the important content of building harmonious Puyang.
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The United States must travel Raiders Boston fun
       To say the oldest city in the United States, Boston is one of them.
The United States only a few hundred years of history, Boston has a history of 400 years.
Now Boston has become tourists tourist destination, is also chinese visitors to the east coast of the United States travel choice of city.
The following Xiaobian inventory of the Boston tourist attractions and the most detailed travel raiders: Boston Park
     Boston park trees, fountains everywhere, water gurgling, picturesque, is the oldest Park in the United states.
It was originally a cow pasture, but then there have been many historical events.
The war of independence period, the British had camped here for.
The Freedom Trail park has a foundation in the stalls, relevant information for each site visitors about the.
Quincy Market
     Quincy market by the famous architect Alexander Paris design, completed in 1826, the market contains more than 20 restaurants and more than 40 stalls, to provide a variety of delicacy for the people.
Quincy uses the market style Greek revival design, exquisite and unique, the style by Thomas Jefferson introduced in the United States, breaking the traditional George Wang era art style building, a big hit.
Boston Hong Kong Island
     At the same time enjoy the sea, the sun and the beach is a happy thing, Boston coaSt. As many as 34 islands, providing a lot of opportunities for the happiness of tourists, of which 13 islands have been incorporated into the Boston Hong Kong Island National Recreation area.
Among the most famous scenic spots are: Succeeding in the American civil War wollenburg, spectacle Island public beach.
In addition, Weidao road through the path, trees, and the beach is very suitable for swimming, which became a popular camping ground.
The Freedom Trail
     The Freedom Trail is a historical memory of the road, contains 16 historic sites associated with the war of independence.
It consists of red brick paved, taking Boston Park as a starting point, the total length of 4 kilometers, along the way through the old state house, Boston Massacre Site, the old North church and other famous scenic spots.
End point is the harbour trail through the frigate constitution.
New England Aquarium
     The new England aquarium was founded in 1969, is located in the Boston harbour centre, Ross Kennedy greenway from only a few steps, also near the IMAX theater, offers a variety of film related topics in biology.
The Museum of marine biological diversity, such as jellyfish, stingrays, dolphins, sea lions and so on.
The aquarium is proud of the huge pool center 200 thousand gallons, simulate the submarine environment, pool sharks, barracuda, sea turtles and other marine organisms.
In addition, the pool has a spiral corridor, providing close good opportunity for visitors to watch sea creatures.
After the Bay Area
     After the bay area adjacent to the charles River, named for the stagnant pool built in water.
But now, after the bay area has been building a high-grade residential area, beautiful scenery, street blocks arranged in good order, is a row of Vitoria style houses, upscale restaurants, boutique chic In addition, here is Boston's oldest and largest area of plant park.
Here the old South church built in 1874, the famous Gothic architectural style, attracting a large number of tourists.
Beacon Hill happy bar
     Like sitcoms "happy bar" fans must be familiar with the "hill joy bar", also want to meet Mount Lu's face.
Its predecessor is Bull & Finch bar, in 2002 renamed the "lighthouse Hill happy bar".
The head part of the bar, located in Beacon Street;
and the real scene in the film is part of the bar Downtown Historic Faneuil mall.
Therefore, the fans have to run two places to see the true face of Mount Lu, but the two are worth watching.
Faneuil Hall
     Faneuil Hall is located in downtown Boston, play a crucial role in the American War of independence.
Originally envisaged in 1742 donated Faneuil Hall is the second floor of the mall, but later became a conference hall for freedom patriot gathering place.
The famous patriot James Otis once likened to "Faneuil Hall the cradle of liberty", no representation is also proposed "no tax" slogan.
Today, Faneuil Hall is also the local mall, discuss politics, popular with tourists.
USS constitution
     The frigate moored in the harbor Pier Road, is the world's oldest surviving naval vessels.
The president named by the Washington naval frigate constitution, with 3 masts, intended to commemorate the constitution of the United states.
It is put into use in 1797, to commemorate the independence of the United States, since July 4th of each year, the frigate will set sail.
The frigate ship heavy, wear resistance, 5 had defeated British ships in the war of 1812, won the "old Ironsides" reputation.
The frigate annual free tour.
Fenway Park
     Since 1912, Fenway Park has been the Boston Red Sox's hometown, is also the most favorite places in Boston residents.
It is the oldest in the United States occupation League stadium, is the only one of the old stadium, still in use today, the stadium is slightly smaller than the conventional.
The left half plane is known as the "green monster" wall, make here the game difficult to predict results.
For sports fans at Fenway Park is a good place not to be missed.
Take the subway tour of the United States of Boston
In the United States, no car is not equal to the legs;
however, there is a city, even if you don't have a car, can also travel around the city.
It is located in the east coast of the United States of Massachusetts, Boston.
   People living in Boston can not drive can go to the airport, mainly because the underground traffic system in the city has a nearly 90 years history, perfect.
      The subway in Boston a total of 4 lines were distinguished by color for the red, green, orange and blue line, green line;
and then the B line, c line, D line and E line 4 line, originally A line, after opening and the abolition of road pavement.
The underground railway runs through Boston, extending in all directions, the whole heart.
      The first thing to Boston do not have to "do something"       Haven't been to Boston before the study, there was there to introduce students to the first to do not have to do is to buy a car.
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Because the local and the majority of the city, parking difficult, and parking cost is not low.
Indeed, after their own experience, know more than words.
In fact, most of the people in Boston are to work by subway, usually go to rely more on the subway.
The Boston subway can almost take you to any place you want to go.
For example, you want to go to the United States famous universities of Harvard, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, can take the red line;
want to go to Boston University to take a green line B line;
to china city can take the orange line and red line, but also more convenient than by bus       city and town       The subway of Boston, the center for the center to the surrounding radiation division.
Red, green, orange, blue line subway in downtown intersection, want to change the people, must be here.
Therefore, take the Boston subway, must want to know what is going on "Inbound" and "Outbound" ".
   The city subway, refers to the direction you take is towards the city center of Italy, and vice versa is out of town.
There is a resolution method is relatively simple to understand is that as long as a "underground" run on the ground, is often out of town.
Interestingly, as long as the subway running on the ground, and is in the direction out of town, are free.
   Many students are very careful in reckoning one of my classmates, for example, every time she go to school, because all is to the direction of the city, take the underground to the iron, so she is patient is good time, take the free bus to school;
home, because it is out of town, honest don't hesitate to take free subway, each school results.
After school, she didn't have to spend 10 fen.
Her practice only in Boston to do.
   Take the subway here, you can use each $twenty-seven monthly, or tokens, a charge of eighty-five points (with the exception of a few long route received $1 or two votes), the elderly and disabled twenty.
As long as you are not going to the ground of the gate, one vote in the end.
   "What is T"       In order to facilitate the short-term tourists, the Boston subway company provides a day, three days and seven days a total of three short-term tickets.
Sub par five yuan, nine yuan and eighteen yuan.
It's use and pass, is in these days, you can unlimited use.
As mentioned earlier, in Boston, the local government has the convenience of the public to the airport, there is a free feeder bus subway blue line airport.
In other words, even if you don't drive, you can easily access to the airport.
That year, I was from the shuttle shuttle to Boston visit friends from all sides.
   Oh!
Yes, in Boston, "T" is synonymous with the subway, take Transportation.
The people who live here, usually to go to a "T", is refers to the subway.
For backpackers, especially travel alone, such as the Boston underground railway system is cheap and convenient, it is a great boon.

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