Mexico City — As the sun sets over the city’s iconic Casa de la Reforma, visitors are greeted by a large mural depicting the cityscape, which depicts a vibrant and lively metropolis.
The mural depicts the city as it was in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, with many new buildings constructed.
The artist, who is also known as La Casa del Arco, painted the mural after visiting Casa Reforma during his visit in 2015.
According to locals, La Casar del Arcos mural has been seen all over the country.
The painting is painted in black and white, and is accompanied by an original caption in Spanish.
The caption reads: ‘This is a message to the city of Casar Del Arco that you will always be able to visit and taste our city, even if the streets are filled with garbage.
‘But if you don’t like it, we will have you visit other places, and we will always offer you more.’
Residents have been sharing their thoughts about the mural on social media.
One said, ‘It’s a great message to those who don’t appreciate Casar, but also to those that love the city and Casar.
It’s a nice way to show our gratitude for Casar.’
Another wrote, ‘A mural in Mexico City.
What is this?
I love Casar!’
Another wrote that ‘I think this is a good thing to do, especially with people who live in cities, but the message is not just Casar: the city is full of trash, and Casa is full to the brim with people.’
The mural has garnered a lot of attention in recent days.
The city has become a hotbed for protests against corruption and a growing trend of drug-related violence.
In recent months, the Mexican government has increased the use of tear gas and rubber bullets against protesters, which has drawn international condemnation.
Mexico City has become the focus of international protests against the drug war, which have been supported by the United States and other Western nations.
However, the recent escalation of the violence has sparked criticism from Mexicans who feel that the government is not doing enough to address the issue.
The mayor of Casa, Miguel Angel Osorio Chong, said that the mural represents a great example of what Casar has been.
‘It is important that people continue to look for places to eat and drink and enjoy life,’ he said.
‘I believe that Casar is a city that will be remembered for its diversity and that it will be a place of life and art that will always attract visitors.’
The mayor added that the murals are also an important message to visitors to the area.
‘The mural is the first one that has been painted in Mexico, and the message of Caso de la Raza is that we want to see a different future,’ he added.