Stock Photo - A man carry vegetable in a boat in the water canals of Xochimilco in southern Mexico City, January 18, 2009 The water canals and gardens in Xochimilco was once

Stock Photo: A man carry vegetable in a boat in the water canals of Xochimilco in southern Mexico City, January 18, 2009  The water canals and gardens in Xochimilco was once.

Stock Photo - A man carry vegetable in a boat in the water canals of Xochimilco in southern Mexico City, January 18, 2009 The water canals and gardens in Xochimilco was once ...  part of the Americas breadbaskets and the agricultural hub of Tenochtitlán Aztec empire The water canals surround raised fields called 'chinampas,' likened to floating gardens, and were the most productive means of agricultural production when the Valley of Mexico was wetland The floating gardens are anchored to the lake bottom by trees planted along the edges of the fields In the Aztec's Náhuatl language the word Xochimilco means 'garden of flowers ' Photo/Chico Sanchez

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