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The remains of a century church known as the Temple of Santiago is visible from the surface of the Grijalva River, near the town of Nueva Quechula, in Chiapas state, Mexico, Oct.

Iglesia de Santo Domingo,Oaxaca, México

The ornate interior of Santo Domingo church, Oaxaca, Mexico adorned with gold…

The Temple of Santiago built in the 16th century by Dominican monks in the town of Quechula, is seen partially exposed due to th

The Temple of Santiago built in the century by Dominican monks in the town of Quechula, is seen partially exposed due to th

Mexican church buried by lava : San Juan Parangaricutiro

"The Mexican church buried by lava : San Juan Parangaricutiro - This church is the only remaining building left from the village of San Juan Parangaricutiro, located in the state of Michoacán in Mexico.

メキシコ南東部のチアパス州で、ダム貯水池の水位が下がり姿を現した使徒サンティアゴ教会。49年前にダム建設で水底に沈んでいた(2015年10月21日撮影)。(c)AFP=時事/AFPBB News

Aerial view of the Temple of Santiago built in the century by Dominican monks.

The Maya were in one geographical covering the Yucatan Peninsula, Belize, and parts of the Mexican states Tabasco and Chiapas; and the western part of Honduras, El Salvador.

Ruins of Uxmal: Like Palenque, the Maya city of Uxmal (located on the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico) thrived during the late Classic Period (c.

San Francisco Convent (viejo convento San Francisco), Tlaxcala, Mexico

Gothic Didn't Die in Europe, It Flourished In Mexico in the Century: 'Saint Francisco Convent', Tlaxcala Viejo.