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The Tolantongo Grottos in Mexico

| 4 octubre, 2016 | 0 Comments
The Tolantongo Grottos in Mexico

The Tolantongo Grottos are an of them beauties natural more imposing of Mexico, located in the municipality Cardonal, located to 200 kilometres of the DF, in the State of Hidalgo. This destination has as reference to Ixmiquilpan, town located just a few minutes. Its geologic formations, its river and cave create a natural paradise this […]

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The ruins of Calakmul in Campeche, Mexico

| 2 marzo, 2015 | 0 Comments
The ruins of Calakmul in Campeche, Mexico

Calakmul is one of the largest and oldest discovered Mayan cities. Calakmul is located in the region of Campeche, just 30 km from the border with Guatemala, this city was inhabited during the years 500 BC and 1000 AD, and was “rediscovered” in 1931 by Cyrus Longworth Lundell. In 2002, the Ancient Maya City of […]

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Cenote Angelita, a river underwater in Mexico

| 16 noviembre, 2014 | 1 Comment
Cenote Angelita, a river underwater in Mexico

Located in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, is a secret underground river called Cenote Angelita, which can be located after 10 to 15 minutes drive by car to the south of Tulum. It is relatively difficult to access as there is to walk at least five minutes through the jungle to reach him. There is nothing […]

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The Angel of Independence in Mexico

| 6 agosto, 2014 | 0 Comments
The Angel of Independence in Mexico

The Angel of Independence is by far concerning historical, urban and symbolic in the collective consciousness of Mexico. Several characters were involved in the work; Antonio Rivas Mercado main promoter of the project, Enrique Alciati responsible for the sculptures are made ​​and Roberto Gayol was in charge of adapting the space. Due to the composition […]

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Valley of the Giants in Baja California, Mexico

| 24 julio, 2014 | 0 Comments
Valley of the Giants in Baja California, Mexico

The territory of the Baja California Peninsula, between the Gulf of California and the Sierra de San Pedro Martir, is inhabited by majestic cactus over 17 meters high. Meet them is to contemplate facing one of the most expensive living desert. One of the best kept promises of Baja California is the Valley of the […]

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El Tajin archaeological zone in Mexico

| 18 julio, 2014 | 0 Comments
El Tajin archaeological zone in Mexico

El Tajin was the ancient capital of the Totonac culture. According to experts, was a contemporary of other great Mesoamerican cities such as Teotihuacan (in central Mexico), Monte Albán (Oaxaca) and Palenque and Yaxchilan, in the Mundo Maya. Today we know that its period of greatest splendor caught between the sixth and seventh centuries, when […]

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Beach Hidden in Mexico

| 9 mayo, 2014 | 0 Comments
Beach Hidden in Mexico

The Marietas Islands and its “Beach Hidden” a natural paradise, protected by UNESCO. It is an archipelago of two small islands and two islets uninhabited a few kilometers to the West of Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico. It is one of the destinations more requested by tourists visiting the region, above all to enjoy the Hidden […]

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Frozen Waterfall in Mexico

| 3 diciembre, 2013 | 1 Comment
Frozen Waterfall in Mexico

The beautiful fall of frozen water known as “Frozen waterfall”, is located in the Tlalmanalco municipality in the State of Mexico, making this place one of the Favorites and more visited by tourists for its spectacular appearance. Most locals refer to this waterfall frozen as “Boiling water”. It is made up of sodium and magnesium […]

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The Pyramids of Teotihuacan in Mexico

| 25 abril, 2013 | 0 Comments
The Pyramids of Teotihuacan in Mexico

Teotihuacan in Nahuatl means “place where the gods live.” This archaeological site houses two of Mexico’s most imposing pyramids, the Pyramid of the Sun and the Moon. Both adorn the Avenue of the Dead. The religious importance of Teotihuacan lies in the cosmogony of the people. It was the birthplace of the Fifth Sun, which […]

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