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The first three images are details from the mural 'Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in the Central Alameda' (the Alameda is a large park in central Mexico City). This mural can be found in the Diego Rivera Museum in Mexico City. This mural is meant to be an allegory of Mexican life; it contains images of peasants, workers, soldiers, Indians, priests and capitalists, as well as images of figures from Mexican history and public life, such as the great revolutionary Alfredo Juarez, and Rivera's lover and fellow artist, Frida Kahlo.
This is from the mural 'Aztec Civilisation', which can be found in the National Palace, Mexico City.
Now go and visit the Diego Rivera Museum instead of looking at my feeble attempts!