As described in Mazatlan Life:
These are always extremely hard to photograph due to the strong sunlight.
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2015 we didn't come to Mexico
Carnaval 2016 Princess Parade
This year's title is Circus Of The Talents.
At the start of the Malecon by Valentino's is a new sign.
The sculptures line the Malecon, where the parade will take place on Sunday.
Circus of three tracks. Rigo Lewis. Master of talents ceremonies.
Sea and Sky - The mythological sirens are the symbolic custodians of the city on its shield.
Enrique Patrón de Rueda. Perfect synchrony.
María Lucila Beltrán Ruiz (Rosario, Sinaloa, March 7, 1932 - Mexico City, March 24, 1996), better known as Lola Beltrán and nicknamed Lola la Grande, was a Mexican singer, actress and television presenter considered the maximum exponent of Mexican vernacular music.
Her most famous performances were, among others: "Grítenme Piedras del Campo", "Los laureles", "Huapango Torero", "Cucurrucucú Paloma", "Paloma negra", "My city", "La noche de mi mal", " Anyway, "" Rooster fight "," The stone "," Thank you "and" Steel soul ".
Salty Legs - refers to the people of Mazatlan. Seemly this part of the Pacific Ocean is chemically salter.
Luis Pérez Meza. They tell me that I am a muleteer.
He gave voice to the Tambora Sinaloense for the first time. In Mexican popular music he left his mark as "El Trovador del Campo". Interpreter, composer, actor, promoter of Mexican music and outstanding diffuser of Sinaloa in the world. In Europe he was considered "The Golden Voice of Mexico".
Antonio López Sáenz. The flight of the imagination.
Joe Conde. Ready for combat.
A dandy in the ring. Mazatleco of Scottish blood. He gave his best combats in the "Rubio", although never on stage, but in a provisional string, which saw him crowned champion.
Pedro Infante. Aja Torito.
The "Idol of Mexico" was brought by Dr. Shimizu's stork in a humble home on Constitucion Street in our port. Symbolically, his umbilical cord was buried here on these beaches.
This one is in Plaza Machado, the Angela Peralta Theatre is just around the corner.
Angela Peralta. Laughs Pagliacci.
Angela Peralta Castera (born in Mexico City on July 6, 1845 - died in Mazatlan , 30 of August of 1883 ) was a singer soprano of the nineteenth century world famous, known as "The Mexican Nightingale".