Sian Kaan

Sain ka'an, Mexico

Sain ka’an, Mexico

Sian Ka’an is a biosphere reserve in the town of Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico. It became a UNESCO Mundus Heritage Site in 1987. Part of the reserve is on land and part is in the Caribbean Sea, including a section of coral reef. The reserve offers protection for the endangered species in the Riviera Maya and provides environmental education to the local communities to assist and train the residents working with ecotourism.

San Francisco de Campeche

Campeche, Mexico

Ready for Pirates!

San Francisco de Campeche, also known as justCampecheis located in the state of Campeche, Mexico, on the Bay of Campeche of the Gulf of Mexico. Campeche serves as the Capital of the state of Campeche and has a population of over 200,000 people. The city has earned the status of a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its preservation and the quality of the architecture. The city has retained most of the wall fortifications built to defend it from the pirates of the Carribbean.

Oaxaca urbem

Oaxaca City, Mexico

Oaxaca urbem, Mexico

Oaxaca urbem, also known as Oaxaca de Juarez, Mexicanae maxima urbe et Capitolio status Oaxaca. Sita est in radicibus montes a radicibus Sierra Madre Cerro del Fortin Atoyac ad ripas fluminis. Oaxaca is a tourist town, Aliquam coloniae lapide viridi-era edificatis cavationibus sicut indigena Monte Albano, nominatur Mundus Heritage Site in 1987.

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Tlacotalpan

Tlacotalpan, Mexico

Colorful Tlacotalpan, Mexico

Tlacotalpan is located in the eastern coastal region of the status Veracruz, Mexico. Tlacotalpan is a World Heritage Site, chosen in 1998 because of the architecture which reflects the fusion of Spanish and Caribbean in its wide streets, houses in many colors, and beautiful old trees in both public and private spaces. The name is from the language Najuatl and it meansplace between two rivers.

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Urbe Puebla

Cathedral in Puebla City, Mexico

Cathedral in Puebla City, Mexico

Puebla City is located southeast of Mexico City in the state of Puebla, Mexico. It is the fourth largest city in Mexico and is an industrial hub and a World Heritage Site because of its history and architectural styles. Maxime notabilis attractiones sunt Zocalo, repletus multis platea lignum sculpturae, circumdederunt per urbem Hall, Casa de los Muñecos et Catherdral. Nearby est Deus artium et pario in foro. In hac civitate notissima nomine talpa, Mole poblano. Omni anno quinto Maii celebratur Puebla Francorum in proelio 1862. Hoc est etiam festum celebravit in U.S. sed non multa ceteris serventur Mexicum.

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El Tajin

El Tajín, Mexico

El Tajín, Mexico

El Tajin is located in the municipality of Papantla, northwest of the port city Veracruz, in the state of Veracruz, Mexico. El Tajin was named a World Heritage Site in 1992 because of its architecture and cultural importance. Among its ancient monuments is the famous Pyramid of the Niches, the Arroyo Group, the North and South Ballcourts and the palaces of Tajin Chico. It has been the most important archeological site and tourist attraction in Veracruz, The name El Tajin refers to thunder or a lightening bolt and the twelve gods of thunderstorm inhabit the ruins.

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Isla Espiritu Santo

Isla Espiritu Santo is an island in the Gulf of California protected under UNESCO as a bio-sphere. It is located in Baja California Sur, Mexico. It is connected to Isla Partida by a slender isthmus. Both islands are uninhabited. They both are a part of the municipality of La Paz, which is just a short boat ride away.

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