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Photos marked as were added from 18 March 2019.


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Province
State
Place
Location
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Mexico
Malinalco
 Quiet cobbled streets.
Mexico
Malinalco
 Chalma is a pretty pilgrimage site in the valley.
Mexico
Papantla
 Papantla (290m) is a Totonac town near the Atlantic coast of Mexico.
Mexico
Puebla
Zocalo
 The Zocalo (main square) in Puebla.
Mexico
Puebla
Zocalo
 The Zocalo is surrounded by elegant buildings.
Mexico
Puebla
Zocalo
 Puebla is at an altitude 2162m.
Mexico
Puebla
Zocalo
 Puebla is an elegant city.
Mexico
Puebla
Zocalo
 Tiled entrance to an arcade.
Mexico
Puebla
Zocalo
 16th century arcades.
Mexico
Puebla
Cathedral
 The Cathedral is the second largest in Mexico.
Mexico
Puebla
Cathedral
 Pastel coloured buildings.
Mexico
Puebla
 Typical street scene in the colonial centre.
Mexico
Puebla
 The Palace of Justice, one of many Spanish colonial buildings in this attractive city.
Mexico
Puebla
 Many buildings in the city are covered with distinctive tiles.
Mexico
Puebla
 Detail of a building with Puebla-style tiles.
Mexico
Puebla
 The House of Culture.
Mexico
Puebla
 Painiters in the House of Culture.
Mexico
Puebla
 View of the old colonial city.
Mexico
Puebla
 Buildings with balconies.
Mexico
Puebla
Casa de los Munecos
 La Casa de los Munecos is decorated with grotesque parodies of the city's elders.
Mexico
Puebla
Casa de los Munecos
 Detail of a parodied image of one of the city's elders.
Mexico
Puebla
Casa de los Munecos
 The interior courtyard.
Mexico
Puebla
 Pedestrian area.
Mexico
Puebla
 La Compana de Jesus dates from 1767.
Mexico
Puebla
 Carved doorway.
Mexico
Puebla
Casa del Alfenique
 The Casa del Alfenique is a colonial mansion decorated with tiles.
Mexico
Puebla
Casa del Alfenique
 Detail of tiles.
Mexico
Puebla
Casa del Alfenique
 The beautiful interior courtyard.
Mexico
Puebla
Casa del Alfenique
 The upper floor.
Mexico
Puebla
Church of San Fransisco
 The pastel coloured Church of San Fransisco.
Mexico
Puebla
Church of San Fransisco
 The side of the building with its pastel hues.
Mexico
Puebla
Church of San Fransisco
 The elaborately carved main entrance.
Mexico
Puebla
Church of San Fransisco
 The exterior is covered with tiled images.
Mexico
Puebla
Church of San Fransisco
 Detail of tiles.
Mexico
Puebla
 The colonial centre.
Mexico
Puebla
 Two buses.
Mexico
Puebla
 The Church of San Cristobal.
Mexico
Puebla
 Colonial house with painted ceramic tiles and wrought iron balconies.
Mexico
Puebla
 The Church of Santo Domingo dates from 1720.
Mexico
Puebla
 In the grounds of the Church of Santo Domingo.
Mexico
Puebla
 Sweet and chocolate shop.
Mexico
Puebla
 Pedestrian street.
Mexico
Puebla
Convent of Santa Rosa
 The 17th century Convent of Santa Rosa.
Mexico
Puebla
Convent of Santa Rosa
 Detail of tilework.
Mexico
Puebla
 Market stalls.
Mexico
Puebla
 Boy carrying baskets.
Mexico
Puebla
 Traditional style saloon bar.
Mexico
Puebla
Santa Monica Convent
 The Santa Monica Convent.
Mexico
Puebla
Santa Monica Convent
 A shrine in the garden.
Mexico
Puebla
Santa Monica Convent
 A nun's cell with implements of self flagellation.
Mexico
Puebla
 Clothes shop.
Mexico
Puebla
 Food stall in a square.
Mexico
Puebla
Church of San Jose
 The tile covered Church of San Jose.
Mexico
Puebla
Church of San Jose
 Many churches in Puebla are covered with tiles.
Mexico
Puebla
Church of San Jose
 Detail of tile pattern.
Mexico
Puebla
 The two volcanoes, Popocatepetl (5452m) and Ixtaccihuatl (5286m).
Mexico
Puebla
 La Malinche Volcano (4450m).
Mexico
Tlaxcala
 Tlaxcala (2239m) is a small colonial town built on the site of an Aztec settlement.
Mexico
Tlaxcala
 Most of the buildings are ochre coloured.
Mexico
Tlaxcala
 A small bandstand in the main square.
Mexico
Tlaxcala
Municipal Palace
 The entrance to the Municipal Palace.
Mexico
Tlaxcala
Municipal Palace
 The palace is ornately tiled and carved.
Mexico
Cholula
 Cholula was an Aztec town of 100,000 people that was destroyed by the Spanish.
Mexico
Cholula
 The Spanish built city of Cholula dates from the 16th century.
Mexico
Cholula
 The Arabic style Church of San Gabrielle (1540).
Mexico
Cholula
Church of Santa Maria
 Detail of the tilework.
Mexico
Cholula
Church of Santa Maria
 The interior was designed by indigenous craftsmen.
Mexico
Cholula
 An unexcavated pyramid in the centre of the town.
Mexico
Cholula
Great Pyramid
 The overgrown hill that is the Great Pyramid of Cholula.
Mexico
Cholula
Great Pyramid
 Small Catholic shrine on the slopes of the Cholula Pyramid.
Mexico
Cholula
Great Pyramid
 Church built by Hernan Cortez at the top of the pyramid.
Mexico
Tepeaca
 Tepeaca is a Nahua village with a large Friday market.
Mexico
Tecali
 Tecali is a small village famous for onyx.
Mexico
Tecali
 The main street.
Mexico
Tecali
 Onyx pavement.
Mexico
Oaxaca
 Oaxaca was founded by the Spanish in 1529 and is full of colonial buildings.
Mexico
Oaxaca
 The city is the centre of the Miztec and Zapotec people.
Mexico
Oaxaca
Cathedral
 The Cathedral dates from 1553.
Mexico
Oaxaca
Cathedral
 Detailed stone carving by the entrance.
Mexico
Oaxaca
 The covered market.
Mexico
Oaxaca
 City bus.
Mexico
Oaxaca
 Church of the Company of Jesus.
Mexico
Oaxaca
Government Palace
 The interior courtyard of the Government Palace.
Mexico
Oaxaca
Government Palace
 The palace contains murals showing the history of the Oaxaca Valley which has been inhabited since 8000 BC.
Mexico
Oaxaca
 The colonial city centre.
Mexico
Oaxaca
 Street scene.
Mexico
Oaxaca
San Filipe Neri Church
 The church dates from the 16th century.
Mexico
Oaxaca
San Filipe Neri Church
 Detail of the exterior stonework.
Mexico
Oaxaca
Basilica La Soledad
 Stonework above the entrance.
Mexico
Oaxaca
 Train passing next to a street.
Mexico
Oaxaca
 The interior of San Domingo (1570).
Mexico
Oaxaca
San Domingo Monastery
 The San Domingo Monastery.
Mexico
Oaxaca
San Domingo Monastery
 Original frescos from the monastery.
Mexico
Oaxaca Valley
Ocatlan
 Ocatlan is a Zapotec market town in the Oaxaca Valley.
Mexico
Oaxaca Valley
Ocatlan
 Straw mats.
Mexico
Oaxaca Valley
Ocatlan
 Ploughs.
Mexico
Oaxaca Valley
Ocatlan
 Sugar cane.
Mexico
Oaxaca Valley
Ocatlan
 Ceramics.
Mexico
Oaxaca Valley
Ocatlan
 Carpets.
Mexico
Oaxaca Valley
Monte Alban
 View of the city of Oaxaca.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2019 KryssTal

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