Yucatan Photo of the Day – The cathedral

Posted February 21, 2014 by Kay Walten in Mexico Destinations,Yucatan Activities

church in Valladolid, Mexico

The cathedrals and iglesias (churches) of the Yucatan are beautiful. This cathedral in Valladolid is often visited by tourists during a day trip. Consider staying  overnight and experiencing the dramatic lighting throughout this charming colonial city.

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