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Santa Lucia's Temple

Santa Lucia's Temple

Santa Lucia is not only the name of a church, which matches the sky with its bright blue and white...

Historical Building
San Crist贸bal de las Casas, Mexico
Palacio del Ayuntamiento

Palacio del Ayuntamiento

In 1720 the impressive Palacio del Ayuntamiento (Town Hall) that today dominates the entire...

Historical Building
Z贸calo, Mexico City, Mexico
Cortes Palace

Cortes Palace

From about 1519-1521, Hernan Cortes and his ruthless band of conquistadors laid waste the mighty...

Historical Building
Cuernavaca, Mexico
Templo de San Bernardino and Ex-Convento de Sisal

Templo de San Bernardino and Ex-Convento de Sisal

Stroll down Valladolid鈥檚 loveliest street, the Calzada de los Frailes (Street...


Historical Building
Valladolid, Mexico
Catedral de San Ildefonso

Catedral de San Ildefonso

The Door of Forgiveness leads into the first cathedral completed in the Americas, which is...

Historical Building
Merida, Mexico
Casa de Montejo (House of Montejo)

Casa de Montejo (House of Montejo)

Highlighting the Calle 63 side of the Main Square, the Casa de Montejo was built in 1569 by...

Historical Building
Merida, Mexico
Merida Palacio de Gobierno (State Capitol Building)

Merida Palacio de Gobierno (State Capitol Building)

Yucat谩n鈥檚 19th century state capitol building, the neoclassical Palacio de Gobierno, is a...

Historical Building
Merida, Mexico
Merida Palacio Municipal (City Hall)

Merida Palacio Municipal (City Hall)

Facing the cathedral, M茅rida鈥檚 city hall was built on the site of a Mayan pyramid called...

Historical Building
Merida, Mexico
Iglesia de Jesus (Church of Jesus of the Third Order)

Iglesia de Jesus (Church of Jesus of the Third Order)

The Church of the Third Order (or Church of Jesus, as it is also called) stands one block from the...

Historical Building
Merida, Mexico
Teatro Pe贸n Contreras (Pe贸n Contreras Theater)

Teatro Pe贸n Contreras (Pe贸n Contreras Theater)

The Yucat谩n Symphony Orchestra and other local, national and international artists present...

Historical Building
Merida, Mexico
Universidad de Yucat谩n (Autonomous University of Yucat谩n)

Universidad de Yucat谩n (Autonomous University of Yucat谩n)

The headquarters of the Autonomous University of Yucat谩n (UADY) at the corner of Calles 57 and 60...

Historical Building
Merida, Mexico

San Javier Mission

This trip takes you on a long dirt road into the Sierra Gigante to see the desert mountains close...

Historical Building, Adventure Tour
Loreto, Mexico

La Compa帽铆a de Jes煤s

A few steps away from the musicians of the small square in Barrio del Artista, the church...

Historical Building
Centro Hist贸rico, Puebla, Mexico

Estadio Olimpico

This 85,000-seat stadium resembles both a volcano and squashed hat, depending on who you're talking...

Historical Building
Mexico City, Mexico

Ex-Convento de Santa Domingo

Before being restored in 1975, the building on the Westside of Santa Domingo was a former convent,...

Historical Building
San Crist贸bal de las Casas, Mexico
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