On Sunday, I went to the closing day of a cultural exhibition on the indigenous people Otomi-Chichimecas or Hñahñu. The exhibition was highlighting the yearly pilgrimage of the Otomi-Chichimecas, Ya ximhai xa nsu, which translates to “Territories of the sacred or precious land”. I did not actually get a chance to see most of the exhibit, but the ceremony has some nice aspects, which I had the opportunity to photograph.

I haven’t really done my due diligence to be able to explain what I saw or what is going on in the photos. However, it was a beautiful day, I always like the colorful traditional clothing, and it was a nice relaxing way to spend a couple of hours. I’m slowly learning about the history of Mexico and the indigenous people. I’ll try to be less robotic in my first paragraphs in the future.



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