Veracruz, Mexico

Veracruz, officially known as Heroica Veracruz, is a major port city and municipality on the Gulf of Mexico in the Mexican state of Veracruz. The city is located in the central part of the state, 90 km (56 mi) from the state capital Xalapa.

Veracruz is Mexico’s oldest, largest, and historically most significant port since European colonization.

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Lake Pátzcuaro, Michoacán, Mexico

The Lake Pátzcuaro basin is home to the P'urhépecha people. It is the heartland of the Tarascan state, which rivaled the Aztec Empire before the Spanish conquest.

The natives believe that the lake is the place where the barrier between life and death is the thinnest.

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Lake Atitlán, Guatemala

Lake Atitlán is a fairly large lake for the elevation (1,562 m) in the Guatemala highlands. It is technically endorheic (lacking direct flow to the sea) but substantial seepage feeds two nearby rivers.

Atitlan is recognized to be the deepest lake in Central America with maximum depth about 340 metres (1,120 ft). The lake is shaped by deep escarpments which surround it and by three volcanoes on its southern flank. The lake is about 50 kilometres (31 mi) west-northwest of Antigua.

The lake basin is volcanic in origin, filling an enormous caldera formed in an eruption 84,000 years ago.

The area supports extensive coffee and avocado orchards and a variety of farm crops. The lake itself is rich in animal life which provides a significant food source for the largely indigenous population.

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Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico

Tijuana is the largest city on the Baja California Peninsula. An industrial and financial center of Mexico. As the city has become a leading center in the country, so has the surrounding metropolitan area, a major industrial and paramount metropolis in northwestern Mexico. Currently one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in Mexico.

The city is the most visited border city in the globe; sharing an approximate 24-kilometre-long border (15 mi) with its sister city San Diego, over fifty million people annually cross the border between these two cities.

This metropolitan crossing makes the San Ysidro Port of Entry the busiest land-border crossing in the world. It is estimated that the two border crossing stations between the cities proper of San Diego and Tijuana account for 300,000 daily border crossings alone.

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Campeche, Mexico

Comitán, Chiapas, Mexico

Comitán is the fourth-largest city in the Mexican state of Chiapas. It is located in the east-central part of Chiapas, near the border with Guatemala . The population is around 90,000 people.

Comitán is also a popular tourist destination, mostly for Mexican nationals, though some foreign visitors can also be seen. The town itself is one of the most pleasant and pretty in Mexico, with colonial architecture, narrow avenues, and clean streets.

The climate is cool most of the year, and can get quite chilly from October to March. The town square is active almost every night, with live music, or some kind of presentation.

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The beautiful church and park in Morelia, Michoacán, Mexico

Celestún, Yucatan, Mexico

Parque Natural del Flamenco Mexicano (also known as the "Celestun Biosphere Reserve") is a wetland reserve that is the winter home to vast flocks of flamingos, as well as many herons and other bird species. This location is set within the Petenes mangroves ecoregion. In addition, more than 200 species of birds pass through on migration, or live there.

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Chichen-itza, Yucatan, Mexico

Chichen Itza was a center of pilgrimage for the ancient Maya for over 1,000 years. The Sacred Cenote (a large natural well or limestone sink hole) was holy to the ancient Rain God "Chac".

About 987 the ruler of the Toltec people of central Mexico came here, and with his Maya allies made Chichen Itza the most powerful city in the Yucatan. The ruler called himself "Kukulcan", the name of the Mesoamerican Feathered Serpent deity and Chichen Itza became a center for worship of that god as well. More buildings were built here in a mixture of Maya and Toltec styles.

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Boy and horse back riding in Patzcuaro, Michoacán, México

American flamingo, Reserva de la Biosfera Ría Lagartos, Yucatan, Mexico

Ría Lagartos Biosphere Reserve is located in the Eastern end of the coastal strip of the Yucatán Peninsula, with the Gulf of Mexico at its Northern limit. The area encompasses coastal areas of the Gulf of Mexico and includes important wetlands designated under the Ramsar Wetlands Convention.

The American flamingo comes to the area in great numbers to feed, nest and reproduce. Information Source : UNESCO

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Oaxaca, Mexico

El Árbol del Tule (Spanish for The Tree of Tule) is a tree located in Santa María del Tule in the Mexican state of Oaxaca, approximately 9 km east of the city of Oaxaca on the road to Mitla. It has the stoutest trunk of any tree in the world. Its trunk had a circumference of 42.0 m (137.8 ft), equating to a diameter of 14.05 m (46.1 ft). The height is 35.4 m (116 ft). DNA tests have proven that it is only one tree. The age is ranging between 1,200 and 3,000 years. Informatin source : Wiki

Monumento al Pípila, Guanajuato, Mexico

Pípila became famous for an act of heroism near the very beginning of the Mexican War of Independence, on 28 September 1810.
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