Mexico

Streetview arrives in Mexico, Hawaii, updates in Netherlands, Spain

Another month, another absolutely massive Street View update. The big news is that Google has launched a wealth of imagery for previously uncovered Mexico; but they’ve also added imagery to Hawaii for the first time, added many new places in…

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Tuesday, 10th November 2009

Bullrings

Bullfighting traces its history way back to when the Romans held public spectacles of “Man vs Beast”, and although France and Portugal both have long bullfight histories, it is considered a very Spanish tradition. So it’s in Spain where we…

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Thursday, 3rd September 2009

Xico Volcanic Crater

By population, Mexico City is the third largest city in the world, sent into the record books by a massive greater metropolitan area, that has a population exceeding 19 million people. The municipality of Xico is part of the Mexico…

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Thursday, 13th August 2009

Parícutin (Volcano Week 3)

Parícutin is a very young cinder cone volcano in Mexico, and like most cinder cones it will never erupt again – but the story of its creation is a truly fascinating one. On February 20, 1943, a local farmer by…

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Friday, 17th October 2008

Chichen Itza

Chichen Itza (Wikipedia) is one of the largest and most significant Mayan sites in Mexico. El Castillo (the Castle) is a 30m high pyramid and temple that is the focal point of the site. At the spring and autumn equinox,…

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Wednesday, 8th October 2008

Gateway to the Americas

The Laredo International Bridge 1 is one of four road bridges that cross the Rio Grande to connect the cities of Laredo, USA and Nuevo Laredo, Mexico. The 320 m long bridge is officially known as the Gateway to the…

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Monday, 22nd September 2008
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