Mexico

Laredo Monster Flag

Just beside the International bridge between Laredo, Texas and Nuevo Laredo, Mexico we find this gigantic Mexican flag, the way it sticks out the earth makes it look like something out of a cartoon. This is one of a few…

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Wednesday, 14th September 2005

Hole In The Coast

Update: After much debate in the comments of this post, determined reader Patrick has finally tracked down the truth about this mysterious location! Patrick contacted a friend who lives in Mexico and she pointed him towards this forum thread, where…

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Monday, 11th July 2005

Teotihuacán

This is the ancient city of Teotihuacán, Mexico. Construction of the city began around 300 BC, with the Pyramid of the Sun (shown in our thumbnail) finished by 150 BC. The Pyramid of the sun sits in front of the…

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Monday, 27th June 2005

Popocatépetl

Here is an absolutely beautiful image of Popocatépetl, an active volcano near Mexico City, whose name means ‘Smoking Mountain’. It is an enormous volcano, standing at 5,452 metres, making it the second highest peak in Mexico after another volcano, Pico…

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Monday, 20th June 2005

Barcena, Pacific Volcano

Larry pointed us towards this excellent little volcano island in the Pacific Ocean, roughly 400 miles southwest of the tip of Baja California Sur, Mexico. Great crater Larry, good work! Unfortunately here’s no map data of any of the islands…

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Monday, 20th June 2005

Black Holes

Finally! We have proof that Google is hiding things from us in Alaska, Mexico and er… New Jersey. Hmmm. Anyway, it’s a conspiracy I tell you! Firstly stretching over a large part of Alaska, all the way into the Yukon…

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Tuesday, 7th June 2005
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