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Photos marked as were added from 1 October 2017.


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State
Place
Location
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Mexico
Guanajuato
 Hillside view.
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Steps for the hills.
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Very narrow passageway between houses.
Mexico
Guanajuato
Juarez Theatre
 The Greek exterior of the Juarez Theatre.
Mexico
Guanajuato
Juarez Theatre
 The interior.
Mexico
Guanajuato
Juarez Theatre
 The Moorish style dome.
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Narrow and steep streets.
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Covered street.
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Old woman.
Mexico
Guanajuato
Valenciana Church
 The church is covered with gold leaf.
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Typical street scene in the old city.
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Archway.
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Small square.
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Residential street.
Mexico
Guanajuato
Basilica of Our Lady
 The basilica dates from 1557.
Mexico
Guanajuato
Basilica of Our Lady
 Carved exterior.
Mexico
Guanajuato
 The hilly old city.
Mexico
Guanajuato
 View from a tunnel.
Mexico
Guanajuato
 View of the old city.
Mexico
Guanajuato
Alhondiga de Granaditas
 The Alhondiga de Granaditas was built in 1798 as a grain store. It later became a prison.
Mexico
Guanajuato
Alhondiga de Granaditas
 The Alhondiga was the site of the execution of Miguel Hildago, an early revolutionary.
Mexico
Guanajuato
Alhondiga de Granaditas
 Hook from which Miguel Hildago's head was hung in a cage.
Mexico
Guanajuato
Alhondiga de Granaditas
 Mural of Hildago.
Mexico
Guanajuato
Alhondiga de Granaditas
 Mural of Hildago showing his head in a cage.
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Curved stone buildings.
Mexico
Guanajuato
Diego Rivera Museum
 The house where Diego Rivera was born.
Mexico
Guanajuato
 First floor restaurant.
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Hats.
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Fountain in a small square.
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Steep narrow steps.
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Pastel coloured houses.
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Street scene.
Mexico
Guanajuato
 Guanajuato became rich from its silver mines.
Mexico
Guanajuato
Mummy Museum
 The Mummy Museum contains mummies dug up from a cemetary in 1896.
Mexico
Guanajuato
Mummy Museum
 The soil around the city preserves and mummifies bodies.
Mexico
Guanajuato
Mummy Museum
 Mummies of two infants.
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 The pretty town of Patzcuaro (2174m).
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 Patzcuaro is the centre of the Tarascan people.
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 The town was founded by the Tarascan people in 1324.
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 Statue of Vasco de Quiroga, a Catholic priest who stood up for the Tarascans when the Spanish arrived.
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 The Spanish settled in Patzcuaro in 1538.
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 The city has distinctively painted houses.
Mexico
Patzcuaro
House of Eleven Patios
 The House of Eleven Patios was originally a nunnary.
Mexico
Patzcuaro
House of Eleven Patios
 The building once had eleven courtyards but only five remain.
Mexico
Patzcuaro
House of Eleven Patios
 The building was constructed in 1742.
Mexico
Patzcuaro
House of Eleven Patios
 Typically painted house in the complex.
Mexico
Patzcuaro
House of Eleven Patios
 The complex was put together from adjacent houses.
Mexico
Patzcuaro
House of Eleven Patios
 The buildings in the compex are workshops for craft making.
Mexico
Patzcuaro
House of Eleven Patios
 Well in one of the courtyards.
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 Typical street scene.
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 Rooftop view.
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 The Temple Sagrario was started in 1693 and took two centuries to complete.
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 Differeing styles in the city centre.
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 School exhibit about the 1991 Total Eclipse of the Sun.
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 Mural showing Tarascan life in the Caltzontzin Theatre.
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 Street market.
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 Stall selling woven crafts.
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 Sweet stall.
Mexico
Patzcuaro
 The entrance to the market.
Mexico
Patzcuaro Lake
Janitzio Island
 Janitzio Island is topped with a 40m high concrete statue of Jose Maria Morellos.
Mexico
Patzcuaro Lake
Janitzio Island
 The island contains a large village.
Mexico
Patzcuaro Lake
Janitzio Island
 The slopes of the island are extensively settled.
Mexico
Patzcuaro Lake
Janitzio Island
 The village comes down to the lake.
Mexico
Patzcuaro Lake
Janitzio Island
 View over the island.
Mexico
Patzcuaro Lake
Janitzio Island
 Belltower.
Mexico
Patzcuaro Lake
Janitzio Island
 The word janitzio means "place where it rains".
Mexico
Tzintzuntzan
 The modern town of Tzintzuntzan.
Mexico
Tzintzuntzan
 Ceramics for sale.
Mexico
Tzintzuntzan
 A street full of ceramics.
Mexico
Paricutin Volcano
Angahuan
 Angahuan is a Tarascan village.
Mexico
Paricutin Volcano
Angahuan
 Angahuan is built on volcanic soil.
Mexico
Paricutin Volcano
Angahuan
 The village church.
Mexico
Mexico City
 Mexico City is one of the largest cities in the world.
It was built on the site of the Aztec capital by the Spanish.
Mexico
Mexico City
 Busy intersection in the city centre.
Mexico
Mexico City
 Jewellry shop.
Mexico
Mexico City
 Distinctive yellow Beetle taxis of Mexico city.
Mexico
Mexico City
 The church of Santo Domingo (1527).
Mexico
Mexico City
 Newspaper stand.
Mexico
Mexico City
 Building with a carved stone from an Azrec temple.
Mexico
Mexico City
 Hospital founded by Hernan Cortez in 1524 on the site of his meeting with the Aztec Emperor, Moctezuma II.
Mexico
Mexico City
Church of the Holy Sacrement
 Exterior stone decoration.
Mexico
Mexico City
 The 42 storey Tower of Latin America is the tallest building in Mexico City.
Mexico
Mexico City
 View from the Tower of Latin America.
Mexico
Mexico City
 Green taxi.
Mexico
Mexico City
Almeda Park
 Food stalls in the centrally located Almeda Park.
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
 The Zocalo is the city's enormous main square
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
 The Zocalo is one of the largest squares in the world, 240 square metres in area.
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
 The Zocalo is the site of the Aztec ceremonial centre.
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
 The square is surrounded by elegant buildings.
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
 The square is full of people on Sundays.
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
 Dancers.
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
 Craft sellers.
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
Sacred Church
 The elaborately carved exterior.
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
Sacred Church
 The interior.
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
 Strollers and shoppers.
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
National Palace
 The 18th century National Palace is the seat of the country's government.
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
National Palace
 The interior courtyard.
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
National Palace
 The central American Spanish empire was ruled from here during the colonial period.
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
National Palace
 Detail of the Aztec Emperor
Mexico
Mexico City
Zocalo
National Palace
 Political mural by Diego Rivera.

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