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Restored Spanish colonial buildings in the City Of Campeche, Mexico. Campeche is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Mexico City. Entrance to an old Spanish Colonial Palace.

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San Miguel de Allende, Mexico >> Look at the all the beautiful colors!

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Colonial city of Patzcuaro, Mexico. edenforyourworld.com

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Taxco. It is heavily associated with silver, both with the mining of it & other metals & for the crafting of it into jewelry, silverware & other items. The city was named 1 of Mexico’s “Pueblos Mágicos” (Magical Towns) due to the quality of the silverwork, the colonial constructions & the surrounding scenery

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Spanish Colonial Courtyard, Oaxaca City, Mexico by Bencito the Traveller, via Flickr

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Spanish Colonial Courtyard, Oaxaca City, Mexico

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Queretaro museum of art...art in itself. Ex convent of san agustin. colonial baroque...local materials. Mexico

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The Archangel Raphael -- Colonial Mexico, Spanish Colonial

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1754 Mexico 8 reales, Spanish Colonial Silver DOS MUNDOS or PILLAR COINAGE

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Kitchen inspiration. like the yellow. In Puebla, the second city of Mexico’s colonial era, the kitchen of the early-18th-century convent of Santa Rosa uses bench stoves, tile, vaults and domed ceilings in a fashion that almost replicates those of al-Andalus and North Africa.

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