This is one street block of the street General Mariano Matamoros in the centre of the mexican city Cuernavaca. The street starts on the left hand corner in this picture, right next to the Zocalo of Cuernavaca, and goes on much further to the north of the city on the right hand side in this panorama. This photo was shot early in the morning before any of the shops opened. Cuernavaca has been called “city of neverending spring” by Alexander von Humboldt, because of its ever warm and mild climate. This also made the city 85 km south of Mexico-City, as well as capital of the mexican state Morelos, also a weekend home to a lot of wealthier inhabitants from the mexican capital. The street is named after an mexican catholic priest and later general in the mexican war of independence.
This Panorama was captured in January 2011