Church where we had to wear long sleeves every monday, Valladolid Mexico
Once upon a time it was all made of pure gold
on Sacred Destinations. Begun in 15e5 and consecrated in 1649, Puebla Cathedral is the second largest in Mexico. It has a fairly austere exterior, but the spacious interior includes 14 chapels and an interesting octagonal altar.
Oaxaca, México. I like this as it reminds me of the doors in the rancho where my husband was born.
Catedral de México D.F.
Escape to Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula
Michael Hilburn took this photo of Valladolid plaza at night. "This city, like most Spanish colonial towns, had a huge central plaza, which was beautifully lit at night and full of majestic old trees and fountains."
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Visit the fountain at La Casona de Valladolid. A beautiful altar made by mexican artcrafts
city wall and cathedral- Campeche, Mexico
Prambanan a 1000 temples made by a 1000 Ghosta, Roro jonggrang cursed a story from Java