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Mexico 2018 part V - historical sites

January 3rd 2019
Three historical sites with very strange names After we came home I started to plan the blogs and how I could tell what we were up to the weeks we were in Mexico. In order to avoid some blogs to become too large I decided to pull out some photos and present them in separate blogs. Here is one of those. This blog will be focused on some historical sites. The three sites I am going to write ... read more
North America » Mexico » Estado de Mexico » Teotihuacán

Mexican Flag The site of advanced Amerindian civilizations, Mexico came under Spanish rule for three centuries before achieving independence early in the 19th century. A devaluation of the peso in late 1994 threw Mexico into economic turmoil, triggering the worst... ... read more
30th April 2019

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Very impressive Ake. When I see such spectacular pics it gives me great pleasure that the desire to attract tourists encourages governments to restore and maintain such iconic sights. History is the story of the past and its telling should always be promoted. Great pic.
1st May 2019

Not as impressive as IRL
If you think it looks impressive in the photos I must add that it is nothing compared to see it in real life. /Ake
5th February 2020

bucket list
We hope to be able to travel through Mexico one day. It is on our bucket list for sure! But this site looks so impressive. We will definitely put this on the list, too.
10th February 2020

Easily accessible too
This site is also easily accessible too. It is only a hour or two at the most away from Mexico City. Considering its size and where it is there actually are very few tourists there as well. /Ake

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