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All expeditions have a purpose; in this case, it consists in leaving those inertial ways of approaching a city regulated by paradigms of progress from the West, such as those linked to movement and speed (implicit in motor vehicles) that deprive the body to the knowledge that comes from itself. Traveling on foot allows the apprehension of the surroundings and the recording of the living in a non-alienated way alongside a route that has been traveled for at least 8 centuries by countless settlers and foreigners that had been crossing from south to north, the territory of the ancient Mexico-Tenochtitlan.

During the 15-kilometer journey the urban profile draws the city, but those who maintain its body are its inhabitants who, like their predecessors, keep printing their gestures on the territory.

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