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Monte Alban Mexico Travel Guide

Mont Alban Mexico
Monte Alban Mexico Travel GuidesA Vagabond Life Monte Alban Mexico Travel Guide A Vagabond Life Table of Contents Monte Alban Mexico map Monte Alban Oacaca Travel GuideMonte Alban sits on a low mountian range over looking the city of Oaxaca in the Mexican central valley region. It is one of the most important archaeological zones in Mesoamericaca and one of the the most ...
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San Cristobal de las Casas Mexico Travel Guide

San Cristobal Cathedral
San Cristobal de las Casas Mexico Travel GuidesA Vagabond Life San Cristobal de las Casas Mexico Travel Guide A Vagabond Life San Cristobal de las Casas Mexico Travel GuideSan Cristobal de las Casas Mexico Travel Guides - San Cristobal is in the central highlands in Southern Mexicoin the Chiapas region. At an elevation of 2300 metres above seas level this pretty town is surrounded by mo...
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Uxmal Mexico Travel Guide

Uxmal Pyramid of the Magician
Uxmal Mexico Travel GuidesA Vagabond Life Uxmal Mexico Travel Guide A Vagabond Life Uxmal Mexico Travel GuideThe Uxmal Mexico Travel Guide takes you to the wonderful Mayan city in the Yucatan.  Uxmal (pronounced OOSH -Mal) is an UNESCO listed ancient Mayan site that boomed between the 6th and 10th centuries AD. The city has been extensively restored and is known as the best preserved Ma...
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San Miguel de Allende Mexico Travel Guide

San Miquel Cathedral
San Miguel de Allende Mexico Travel GuidesA Vagabond Life San Miguel de Allende Mexico Travel Guide A Vagabond Life San Miguel de Allende Mexico Travel GuideSan Miguel de Allende sits 275 kilometres north of Mexico City. The city is named after two people, a 16th-century friar named Juan de San Miguel, and a martyr of Mexican Independence, Ignacio Allende, who was born in the city.San M...
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Merida Mexico Travel Guide

Merida Mexico Travel GuidesA Vagabond Life Merida Mexico Travel Guide A Vagabond Life Merida Mexico Travel GuideMerida Mexico Travel guide explores the extremely popular capital of the Yucatan. The Spanish arrived and settled Merida on the ancient Mayan site of T'ho in 1542, it was named after the town of Merida in Extremadura, Spain. Carved Mayan stones were used in construction of man...
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