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Photos: Treat your eyes with these awe-inspiring views of Mexico

Lifestyle | reuters | June 26, 2015, 5:13 pm
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Street-style exhilarating culture, soul-pleasing Mexico cuisine, historic archaeological locations: indulge in some breath taking views of picturesque Mexico and discover the magic of its vivid fascinations. (Image courtesy: Reuters)
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Street-style exhilarating culture, soul-pleasing Mexico cuisine, historic archaeological locations: indulge in some breath taking views of picturesque Mexico and discover the magic of its vivid fascinations. (Image courtesy: Reuters)

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A couple walks along Marlin beach in Cancun. Foreign tourism is a key source of income in Mexico and the country wants to reclaim its share of the market by tourist and travelers about the wonderful beaches and historic archaeological sites of Mexico. (Image courtesy: Reuters)
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A couple walks along Marlin beach in Cancun. Foreign tourism is a key source of income in Mexico and the country wants to reclaim its share of the market by tourist and travelers about the wonderful beaches and historic archaeological sites of Mexico. (Image courtesy: Reuters)

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The Kukulkan pyramid stands at the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula. One of the most prominent Mayan sites, the Kukulkan pyramid of the city of Chichen Itza is famous for its 1000-years of rich history and exciting Mayan vision of the world revealed in its stone monuments and work of arts. (Image courtesy: Reuters)
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The Kukulkan pyramid stands at the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula. One of the most prominent Mayan sites, the Kukulkan pyramid of the city of Chichen Itza is famous for its 1000-years of rich history and exciting Mayan vision of the world revealed in its stone monuments and work of arts. (Image courtesy: Reuters)

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An aerial view of The Pyramid of the Moon at Mexico's Teotihuacan archeological ruins. The 151 meter high pyramid is not one pyramid but seven pyramids built one on top of another and are admired by tourists for its brilliant design. (Image courtesy: Reuters)
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An aerial view of The Pyramid of the Moon at Mexico's Teotihuacan archeological ruins. The 151 meter high pyramid is not one pyramid but seven pyramids built one on top of another and are admired by tourists for its brilliant design. (Image courtesy: Reuters)

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A general view of stone figures in Tula city. Tula is best known today for its fearsome 15-foot-high (4.5 meter) stone warrior figures. Archeological enthusiasts can find haven in the stone studded city of Tula, with the stylized stone warriors sharing a riveting tale from the past. (Image courtesy: Reuters)
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A general view of stone figures in Tula city. Tula is best known today for its fearsome 15-foot-high (4.5 meter) stone warrior figures. Archeological enthusiasts can find haven in the stone studded city of Tula, with the stylized stone warriors sharing a riveting tale from the past. (Image courtesy: Reuters)

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People gather outside Bellas Artes museum in Mexico City. The stone-marble palace features an extravagant artwork of many great Mexican artists in its wall murals and paintings and is one of the most important cultural centre of the country. (Image courtesy: Reuters)
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People gather outside Bellas Artes museum in Mexico City. The stone-marble palace features an extravagant artwork of many great Mexican artists in its wall murals and paintings and is one of the most important cultural centre of the country. (Image courtesy: Reuters)

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The Metropolitan cathedral is lit by coloured lights and surrounded by lasers pointing toward the sky in Zocalo Square in Mexico City. The cathedral is particularly noted for the celebration of Mexico’s Day of the Dead festival. The festival has its origins in a pre-Hispanic Aztec belief that the dead return to Earth one day each year to visit their loved ones. (Image courtesy: Reuters)
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The Metropolitan cathedral is lit by coloured lights and surrounded by lasers pointing toward the sky in Zocalo Square in Mexico City. The cathedral is particularly noted for the celebration of Mexico’s Day of the Dead festival. The festival has its origins in a pre-Hispanic Aztec belief that the dead return to Earth one day each year to visit their loved ones. (Image courtesy: Reuters)

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Actors dressed as the Three Kings perform a pass at The Angel of Independence monument during a festival along the streets of Mexico City.
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Actors dressed as the Three Kings perform a pass at The Angel of Independence monument during a festival along the streets of Mexico City.

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Mexican Mariachis perform at Plaza Garibaldi in Mexico City. Plaza Garibaldi, an outdoor nightspot in the heart of Mexico City, is enjoyed by tourists from across the globe for its raucous open-air drinking and folk music. (Image courtesy: Reuters)
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Mexican Mariachis perform at Plaza Garibaldi in Mexico City. Plaza Garibaldi, an outdoor nightspot in the heart of Mexico City, is enjoyed by tourists from across the globe for its raucous open-air drinking and folk music. (Image courtesy: Reuters)

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Folkloric dancers perform during the annual Charros and Mariachi parade in Guadalajara. Charros are cowboys and cowgirls, and Mariachis are traditional Mexican musicians who play songs for paying customers in public places, bars and restaurants and are renowned for their elaborate outfits and sombreros. (Image courtesy: Reuters)
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Folkloric dancers perform during the annual Charros and Mariachi parade in Guadalajara. Charros are cowboys and cowgirls, and Mariachis are traditional Mexican musicians who play songs for paying customers in public places, bars and restaurants and are renowned for their elaborate outfits and sombreros. (Image courtesy: Reuters)

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Hot air balloons participate in the Hot Air Balloons Festival in Leon, Mexico. One of the biggest event of Mexico, tourists from all parts of the world team up participate in Hot Air Balloon Festival spanning across a period of 4 days to make for a spectacle sight. (Image courtesy: Reuters)
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Hot air balloons participate in the Hot Air Balloons Festival in Leon, Mexico. One of the biggest event of Mexico, tourists from all parts of the world team up participate in Hot Air Balloon Festival spanning across a period of 4 days to make for a spectacle sight. (Image courtesy: Reuters)

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