Mexico has so many beautiful cultural heritage, from the time the Spanish build churches. Almost every village has a square surrounded by houses, official buildings, and a church.
Most tourists miss out on those little gems because they rush in a van of but to the main tourist attractions. But riding a motorcycle from pueblo to pueblo you can’t miss them.
Depending on the status, size, and wealth of the village or town, the churches are in good condition or worse. We have seen churches that lack roofs and are only partially roofed and still in use. But they all breathe history and whisper ancient stories.
I have collected for you the best travel photos of churches on the Yucatan Peninsula (so far).
Tip: Click on an image to enlarge it. And enjoy the history and architecture.
Jeanette, a Dutch female nomad, started to travel the world at the age of 17. Walker of beaches, shell searcher, and iPhone photographer. Always horizon bound preferably on a motorcycle.
Currently, she lives in a desert village in Baja California Sur in Mexico.
She is an emigration coach and works online.
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