Mexican kite festival: Kite artisans use history to inspire

The kite festival takes place in one of Mexico's most iconic and mysterious archaeological sites, Teotihuacan.

    Hundreds of kite enthusiasts have gathered in one of Mexico's famous archaeological parks.

    Artists are drawing on the mysticism of the area to inspire their kite creations.

    Al Jazeera's Manuel Rapalo reports from Teotihuacan, near Mexico City.


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