Merida

Merida

Merida

Merida

Merida

The Legend of Merida and Pochutla
The train station of Merida,ummies or Tourist Railroad,on the edge of the large forest of thirteenfalls, forms a natural and men´s only promenade. Its history began with the year 1883, when it was presenting the service of a signal station to the people. That year it was founded and its masks and other historic objects were presented to the tourists. The status of the city was nil, but the city people treated it as capital of the whole area.

In the zone of the Three Kings, Merida is treated as the capital, but here it does not have such a public appearance. It is a large waiting room surrounded by the walls of the municipality. To the north of the railroad station there is the castle, which used to house the officials of the area, but today it houses the Mayor’s office. สล็อตเว็บตรง

Pochutla (the name of the lake) is located to the north of Merida, along the same streets. It is also considered to be a tourist site. Tourists can dock there fishes for the whole day, they can also take a boat trip. Docked at the northern end of the square, tourists can see the remains of the castle, the ruins of the gymnasium and the ruins of the fountain, if they climb the stairs of the gymnasium. There are also ruins of a monument and of a fountain house.

Somehow in this zone the memory of the conquests of the first Spaniards and the z gowns ofwireons, ghosts of the Indians and the gods, something incredible takes place.

Each house in the village has its own history. To the northwest of the village, what is called thevillage gazeta, is the historical center of the town. Here you can learn more about the beginnings of the town as well as the history of theapproximately 1.5 thousand inhabitants of Pochutla.

There are also ruins of a wonderful huge cathedral and the old habitation of the Franciscan friars. Above all, there are the ruins of an ancient Mexican fortress, whose stones have been used since the arrival of the conquistadors. Some neighboring towns also have their own decorations and architectures.

sthree villages that surround the Pochutla area and that stand on the ridge to the north, are steeped in the history of their indigenous inhabitants, a rich heritage that has survived until our time. The first of these is calledChilsti, and is actually the oldest village in the area. It is located on the ridge ofMount interviewed by two steep slopes. You can climb these slopes if you are not afraid of heights. The village is an impressive site. Tourists can be at the place for half a day, or they can stay overnight to enjoy the hospitality of this amazing ancient place.

About five kilometers from Chilsti is the village ofPochutla. This village is also called, “The Venice of the North”. Despite its humble appearance, it is very beautiful and it was declared to be a National Monument in 1928.

The beauty ofPochutla excursionsis that they take place in an actual historical town, where the visitors can completely forget the ordinary worries of life. Just imagine enjoying a real Spanish evening with the family, after a exhausting day spent in the hot sun, sampling the local cuisine, listening to traditional music and dancing to the rhythm of the ancient gondolas.

An early morning start to the day can be very inviting for those that love the sun. Step onto the plaza (azuelos) and you will feel that you are at the beginning of a long and cool walk that will take you to the ancient village that is considered to be the ” jewels of the rafters”. It is a mix of some of the most ancient cultures of the Americas.

All of the people areMexican. The women wear a conical hat and the men a iguillo. They conclude their shirts with little bells that they wear around their necks. If you carry a picture of El Papillon de Narvaja, the official heraldry of this town, then you carried something very significant.

From the summit of the volcano there is a breathtaking view of the ocean, which is often reflected in the caves. There are underground rivers that then flow out of more than 300 caves. Tourists can choose from more than 50 excursions to see cave colors and stalactites. There are several different tours. trekking tours, pes Ortela or camping tours. There are picnic tours, cultural tours, horseback tours, ferry boat tours and a lot more.

When you come down from the volcano, there are some nice places to stop for a lunch.

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