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Photo Subject : Cities and Towns

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Photos marked as were added from 23 May 2020.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Description Year
Taken
Mexico
Zacatecas
 Archway in the old city centre.
1991
Mexico
Zacatecas
Calderon Theatre
 The Calderon Theatre dates from the 19th century.
1991
Mexico
Zacatecas
Calderon Theatre
 The theatre entrance.
1991
Mexico
Zacatecas
Calderon Theatre
 Stained glass window.
1991
Mexico
Zacatecas
 The Gonzales Ortega Market was contructed in 1889.
1991
Mexico
Zacatecas
 The Gonzales Ortega Market contains many restaurants with local dishes.
1991
Mexico
Zacatecas
 San Agustin Convent.
1991
Mexico
Zacatecas
 Walking in the city centre.
1991
Mexico
Zacatecas
 Street scene in the city centre.
1991
Mexico
Zacatecas
 On the doorstep.
1991
Mexico
Zacatecas
Pedro Coronel Museum
 Pre-hispanic statuette.
1991
Mexico
Zacatecas
Pedro Coronel Museum
 Pre-hispanic head.
1991
Mexico
Zacatecas
Pedro Coronel Museum
 African masks.
1991
Mexico
Zacatecas
 Bufa Hill is the highest point in the city.
1991
Mexico
Zacatecas
 View of the city from Bufa Hill.
1991
Mexico
Guadalajara
 Guadalajara is Mexico's second largest city and is at 1550m.
1991
Mexico
Guadalajara
 Tequila, mariachi and sombreros originated in Guadalajara.
1991
Mexico
Guadalajara
Plaza de los Laurels
 The Cathedral dates from 1616.
1991
Mexico
Guadalajara
Plaza de los Armas
 The Plaza de los Armas is next to the Plaza de los Laurels.
1991
Mexico
Guadalajara
Plaza de los Armas
 The plaza is green and surrounded by elegant buildings.
1991
Mexico
Guadalajara
 The City Hall dates from 1774.
1991
Mexico
Guadalajara
 Mural of Hidalgo, who led the drive for independence from Spain.
1991
Mexico
Guadalajara
 The Cathedral in the neighbouring square.
1991
Mexico
Guadalajara
 The Degollado Theatre.
1991
Mexico
Guadalajara
 The interior of the Degollado Theatre.
1991
Mexico
Guadalajara
Plaza Tapatia
 Brass scuplture in the Plaza Tapatia.
1991
Mexico
Guadalajara
Plaza Tapatia
 The plaza is pedestrianised.
1991
Mexico
Guadalajara
Plaza Tapatia
 People relaxing.
1991
Mexico
Guadalajara
Plaza Tapatia
 Modern architecture in the plaza.
1991
Mexico
Guadalajara
Plaza Tapatia
 Marimba originated from southern Mexico.
1991
Mexico
Guadalajara
 The Cabanas Hospital in the Plaza de los Mariachis.
1991
Mexico
Guadalajara
Tlaquepaque
 Tlaquepaque is a suburb of Guadalajara.
1991
Mexico
Guadalajara
Tlaquepaque
 Tlaquepaque is the city's artistic quarter.
1991
Mexico
Guadalajara
Tlaquepaque
 The main plaza.
1991
Mexico
Guadalajara
Tlaquepaque
 The colonial city.
1991
Mexico
Guadalajara
Tlaquepaque
 Stand selling fruit juices.
1991
Mexico
Guadalajara
Tlaquepaque
 House with Moorish influences.
1991
Mexico
Guadalajara
Tlaquepaque
 Church stone relief work.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Guanajuato (2017m) is a pretty Spanish colonial town.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Guanajuato is set among hilly terrain in a narrow valley.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 The old city is on many levels.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 The old city is full of narrow cobbled streets.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Guanajuato became rich from its silver mines.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Wrought iron balconies.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 The city is set in a narrow valley which makes its streets narrow and winding.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 One of the many small squares in the old city.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Part of the city's underground street system.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 The city's underground tunnels keep surface traffic to a minimum.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 The narrow Alley of the Kiss.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Pedestrian street.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Street cafe.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Balcony with flowers.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Drinks delivery.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Hillside view.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Steps for the hills.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Very narrow passageway between houses.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
Juarez Theatre
 The Greek exterior of the Juarez Theatre.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
Juarez Theatre
 The interior.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
Juarez Theatre
 The Moorish style dome.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Narrow and steep streets.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Covered street.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Old woman.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
Valenciana Church
 The church is covered with gold leaf.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Typical street scene in the old city.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Archway.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Small square.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Residential street.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
Basilica of Our Lady
 The basilica dates from 1557.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
Basilica of Our Lady
 Carved exterior.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 The hilly old city.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 View from a tunnel.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 View of the old city.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
Alhondiga de Granaditas
 The Alhondiga de Granaditas was built in 1798 as a grain store. It later became a prison.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
Alhondiga de Granaditas
 The Alhondiga was the site of the execution of Miguel Hildago, an early revolutionary.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
Alhondiga de Granaditas
 Hook from which Miguel Hildago's head was hung in a cage.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
Alhondiga de Granaditas
 Mural of Hildago.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
Alhondiga de Granaditas
 Mural of Hildago showing his head in a cage.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Curved stone buildings.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
Diego Rivera Museum
 The house where Diego Rivera was born.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 First floor restaurant.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Hats.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Fountain in a small square.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Steep narrow steps.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Pastel coloured houses.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Street scene.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Guanajuato became rich from its silver mines.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
Mummy Museum
 The Mummy Museum contains mummies dug up from a cemetary in 1896.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
Mummy Museum
 The soil around the city preserves and mummifies bodies.
1991
Mexico
Guanajuato
Mummy Museum
 Mummies of two infants.
1991
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 The pretty town of Patzcuaro (2174m).
1991
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 Patzcuaro is the centre of the Tarascan people.
1991
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 The town was founded by the Tarascan people in 1324.
1991
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 Statue of Vasco de Quiroga, a Catholic priest who stood up for the Tarascans when the Spanish arrived.
1991
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 The Spanish settled in Patzcuaro in 1538.
1991
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 The city has distinctively painted houses.
1991
Mexico
Patzcuaro
House of Eleven Patios
 The House of Eleven Patios was originally a nunnary.
1991
Mexico
Patzcuaro
House of Eleven Patios
 The building once had eleven courtyards but only five remain.
1991
Mexico
Patzcuaro
House of Eleven Patios
 The building was constructed in 1742.
1991
Mexico
Patzcuaro
House of Eleven Patios
 Typically painted house in the complex.
1991
Mexico
Patzcuaro
House of Eleven Patios
 The complex was put together from adjacent houses.
1991

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