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Why Should You Visit Mexico?

Built over the ancient Maya and Aztec civilizations, and fusing Spanish, Caribbean and the locals’ cultures, Mexico, the world’s third largest city shot into prominence some twenty years ago thanks to its innovative telenovelas, soap opera TV series, sombrero hats and tequila liquor. Its natural sceneries and landscape containing mountains, forests, underwater caves, grasslands, Yucatan peninsula and volcanoes make this city a must-visit place.

A few places from the collection of “Apexpics” are listed here. Lago de National Park, Cancun Underwater Museum, Calakmul of the ancient Mayan city, Naika Mine Crystals Cave, El Castillo of Kukulkan, Agave plantations, Cabo San Lucas rocks dotting the ocean, Popocatepetl volcano, Sumidero Canyon, architectural buildings, Acapulco resort and the many beaches are but a few places worthy of visit and exploration. (h/t: brightside)

1. Lago de Camécuaro National Park
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Credit: worldgreatestthing.blogspot.ru
2. The Cave of Crystals in the Naica Mine
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Credit: naica.com
3. Cancun Underwater Museum
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Credit: canuckabroad.com
4. The hidden beach on the Marieta Islands
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Credit: Miguel Narajo
5. Sumidero Canyon
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Credit: bitacora
6. Cenote Dzitnup cave
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Credit: Karmakomae
7. El Castillo, Chichen Itza, Kukulkan
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Credit: atbreak.com
8. Agave plantation
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Credit: Ben Olivares
9. Cabo San Lucas
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Credit: panoramio.com
10. Popocatépetl volcano
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Credit: Cristobal Garciaferro Rubio
11. A jump into the Ik Kil Cenote
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Credit: Dean Trem
12. Colourful houses of Guanajuato
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Credit: blogspot.com
13. A view of the Acapulco resort
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Credit: fulltimedreamers.com
14. Playa Zipolite
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Credit: Jayms Ramirez