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September 04, 2015
A view of the 18th-century Chapel of the Holy Sepulcher (foreground) leads to the light-filled Chapel...
ATOTONILCO, Mexico
View of the 18th-century Chapel of the Holy Sepulcher leads to the light-filled Chapel of the Cavalry,...
A view of the 18th-century Chapel of the Holy Sepulcher (foreground) leads to the light-filled Chapel of the Cavalry (background), at the Atotonilco Sanctuary, a UNESCO World Heritage site, in Atotonilco, on the outskirts of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, August 3, 2015. The town of 80,000 people, barely three hours north of Mexico City, supports an estimated 120 fine art galleries and folk art museums of national scope. In 2008, UNESCO named San Miguel a World Heritage site, citing it as a cradle of Mexican independence and highlighting its exceptional integration of architectural styles, from Baroque to neo-Gothic, within a 16th century Spanish colonial layout. Picture taken August 3, 2015. REUTERS/Walker Simon
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