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This one town is home to 300 churches

PUEBLA MEXICO
Gianfranco Vivi | Shutterstock
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Several legends tell us that angels helped build the city of Puebla, Mexico, and even the large bell on top of the cathedral was placed there by angels themselves.

Sanctuary of the Lady of Remedios

At the top of a hill in Cholula sits this big orange church. It was settled on an important archaeological area, on top of one of the largest pyramids of Latin America. It began as a very small church back in the late 1500s, but after an earthquake in 1864 it was rebuilt as a monumental construction. 

SANCTUARY OF LADY OF REMEDIOS; PUEBLA
Gerardo Noriega|Wikipedia|CC BY-SA 3.0

 

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