NATIONAL MUSEUM OF HISTORY - CHAPULTEPEC CASTLE. Photos: Constantino Reyes Valerio ; Arragement: Eugenio Fischgrund H.
Fernandez, Justino (text).

México D.F.: Editorial México S. A. / INAH, 1967. 1st ed. Oblong 8vo, wrps, unpagened, illus, photos. Used; Good Paperback Chapultepec is a nahuatl word which refers to a hill rising 57 meters over the Valley of Mexico, and is popularly called "Hill of the Grasshopper". During Aztec times, it served as a fortress with a temple at its summit; Monctezuma II turned it into a country house, with baths, gardens and hunting grounds. This work stress the history and and art of this upstanding place. (Item ID: 156106)


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