Mexico City Streets Push Pin Map Wall Art


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Standard maps will enter production right away, within the next business day. Larger orders may take more time.

All push pin board maps (framed or canvas wrap) include push pins, are easy to hang, and ship free in the continental US. We'll select the optimal shipping method for fast delivery.

For personalized maps we collaborate closely to guarantee satisfaction. Expect a proof to be sent to you. Your swift responses will facilitate the production and shipping process.

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If there are any problems with your map we will take care of you. Returns for all maps are straightforward and hassle-free.

For personalized maps, engaging with the email proofs we send ensures that the final product meets your expectations precisely.

We have 30+ years of cartography experience, meticulously craft each order by hand to ensure excellence, and 100% guarantee your satisfaction. We produce maps that are built to last, with state of the art production and archival quality materials.

Personalize Your Map

Customize with quotes, legends, or dedications using "Personalize Map" options to craft your masterpiece map. Or reach out to us if you don't see the option you want.

We collaborate with you from design to approval of your proof so that you are 100% happy before we print and ship.

Our excellent customer service is always open to you.

Map of Mexico City

Built on the ruins of the ancient Aztec city of Tenochtitlan, Mexico City is one of the oldest and largest cities in the Americas. It is the most populated city in the Western Hemisphere, and Mexico itself was named after Mexico City. Bring "La Ciudad de los Palacios" to life with our customizable Push Pin City Map. Choose between various frames, styles, and custom titles. The impressive details of roads, trails, railways, rivers, and more will give you a new perspective of your favorite city.

Choose Your Style:  

Our City Maps come in 5 styles: Toner, Pencil, Night, Retro, and Ganymede.

Toner - This map is our classic black and white style. It is crisp, clean, and the perfect addition to any space.

Pencil - Our etched, pencil design is one of our top-sellers. The beautiful ocean pattern and neutral color palette complement any of your favorite cities.  

Night - This style showcases the nightlife of your favorite city. The variation of grey tones will complement any home.

Retro - This option will add the perfect pop of color to any space. The retro map view makes water features, parks, and roadways pop.  

Ganymede - Named after Jupiter’s largest moon, this style is bound to make a statement in any spot. The muted blue and teal tones give this map a unique look that showcases the different streets, topography, and more.

Why Choose Our City Maps?

At GeoJango, we are experts in GIS mapping and developing products of the highest quality display. Each of our five unique styles is designed by programming thousands of layers within each map. Each map art print is created using open street maps, a comprehensive world-wide database of roads, streets, and other features. In turn, our maps are the most accurate, high-quality, and stylish on the market.

Want to Customize?

Make the map genuinely unique to you by creating a custom title and subtitle. Be creative and write why Mexico City is special to you.

How to Decorate:

Decorate your office, home, apartment, or vacation home with the city you live in, one you’ve traveled to, or as inspiration for your next adventure. This is the perfect addition as hospitality wall art for hotels, vacation rentals, local businesses, and more!

A Perfect Gift for: Big-city goers, history lovers, avid travelers, and geography enthusiasts. This is ideal for a graduation, wedding or move-in gift for everyone!

Construction: Our Framed City Maps are printed on high-quality Photo Satin Paper and can be used with push pins. We mount the map on a high-quality pin board using heavy machinery for a bound that will last.

Guarantee of Quality:

We stand behind our work and guarantee the highest level of quality and construction. Contact us if you have any problems with your map, and we’ll coordinate to ensure you are happy with the order.

History of the City

The history of Mexico City is a captivating saga that spans millennia, encompassing the rise and fall of civilizations, the blending of cultures, and the evolution of a vibrant metropolis. As one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the Americas, Mexico City's story is a testament to its enduring significance and rich heritage.

The city's origins trace back to ancient times when the area was inhabited by various Indigenous groups, including the Mexica people, who established the city of Tenochtitlan in the early 14th century. Tenochtitlan, located on an island in Lake Texcoco, became the capital of the Aztec Empire, known for its advanced architecture, monumental temples, and intricate canals.

In 1519, Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés arrived in the region, marking the beginning of a new chapter in Mexico City's history. The fall of Tenochtitlan in 1521 led to the establishment of Mexico City, built atop the ruins of the Aztec capital. The city became the capital of New Spain, a significant center of Spanish colonial power in the Americas.

During the colonial period, Mexico City's architecture and layout underwent transformation, with Spanish-style cathedrals, palaces, and public buildings adorning the cityscape. The Metropolitan Cathedral, a prominent symbol of the city, was constructed over the Templo Mayor, an Aztec temple. The Zócalo, the city's main square, continues to be a central gathering place and a showcase of historical architecture.

The 19th century brought political upheaval and change to Mexico City. The city played a pivotal role in the Mexican War of Independence (1810-1821) against Spanish rule. The movement for independence culminated with the famous Grito de Dolores, delivered by Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla in 1810. The city's history as a center of resistance and reform continued into the Mexican Revolution (1910-1920), a major social and political upheaval that shaped the nation's identity.

The 20th century marked Mexico City's transformation into a modern capital with sprawling suburbs, transportation networks, and industrial development. The city hosted the 1968 Summer Olympics, which showcased Mexico's cultural heritage and athleticism on the global stage.

Today, Mexico City stands as a bustling metropolis with a population that exceeds 20 million. The city's vibrant neighborhoods, such as Coyoacán and Condesa, showcase its blend of Indigenous, colonial, and contemporary influences. The National Palace, home to the presidential offices, and the Frida Kahlo Museum pay tribute to the city's political and artistic heritage.

Mexico City's cultural scene is renowned worldwide, with museums like the National Museum of Anthropology offering insights into the nation's Indigenous history and heritage. The city's cuisine, characterized by iconic dishes like tacos, enchiladas, and tamales, reflects its diverse culinary traditions.

However, Mexico City also faces challenges such as urban sprawl, pollution, and social inequality. Efforts to address these issues include initiatives for sustainable development, public transportation, and preservation of historical sites.

In conclusion, the history of Mexico City is a multifaceted tapestry woven with layers of civilizations, conquests, and transformations. From its Indigenous origins to its status as a global cultural and economic hub, Mexico City's journey embodies the resilience, diversity, and creativity that define modern Mexico. Its ability to embrace its complex past while looking toward the future makes it an enduring and captivating center of Latin American history and identity.