Valladolid-Mexico

When I was in Mexico, I rented a car to go out from the resort where I was staying, I decided to go to Valladolid, it is located in the Yucatán Peninsula about 160 kms of distance of Cancun,  When I arrived I found this wonderful Catholic Church, there are beautiful houses of the Colonial period. It was very nice to see.
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16 thoughts on “Valladolid-Mexico

  1. Happy Memories! I took my eldest son here in a 1967 Renault, and expired the countryside – my favourite evening was when we escaped to Zamora and then on into the mountains of Portugal. We raced a train, and watched a Shrike on a telegraph wire – what a night out. That was back in 2001 – I’d love to go back.

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  2. Amazing. Colonial ear created beautiful structures like big churches bungalows and housing complexes all over the world. The starting of the great civilisations. Nice pics. I never been to Mexico , may be some day love to travel.

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      1. Yes .. love those old Spanish British Portuguese european architectures of past generations. Nothing replace them in modern era. Hope some day visit there too. Cheers Ester your posts always bring me to dream world.🙋‍♀️

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