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Mind you, these are not typical radishes but an unusual variety that grows longer and narrower. On a single evening, a marching band fronted a group of children in costume with one representing Mary on a burro; another band with stilt walkers led the way to the cacao exhibition and tasting; and still another opened the December expo stalls on Calle M.
These marching bands are in addition to the music on the Zocalo town square , where almost every night about 6: On Wednesday nights, Danzon, a Cuban fusion dance that is a mix of box step and cha-cha-cha brings out old and young light—many in high fashion—to demonstrate their talents.
Another fascinating aspect of the abundance of music is the wealth of children and young people performing. Several bands featured these young artists. The Casa Cultural of Oaxaca offe red folkloric dances on a Sunday morning with charming, colorfully dressed youngsters. This venue had free concerts almost daily. By the way, the Textile Museum nearby is worth a visit. However the Rufino Taymao Museum was our favorite, a stellar collection of pre-Columbian artifacts chosen with an eye for their aesthetic appeal and an ethic of protecting them from export or illegal trade.
Each room is color-coded and offers written guides in English—unusual for most museums in the city. The cultural museum located in the historic cloister at the Santa Domingo Church provides artifacts re-located from the famous Zapotec ruins of Monte Alban.
Both it and Mitla are worth the trip out of town. The ethnobotanical garden is adjacent to the Santa Domingo Church.