Which Way Challenge

This is my entry for the Which Way Photo Challenge, by sonofabeach96

Sonofabeach96 explains: “This Which Way challenge is all about capturing the roads, walks, trails, rails, steps, signs, etc. we move from one place to another on.  You can walk on them, climb them, drive them, ride on them, as long as the specific way is visible.  Any angle of a bridge is acceptable as are any signs.

If you want to participate or check the other entries, click on the link: sonofabeach96

Church Facade

Puebla, Mexico.

This is my entry for Thursday’s Doors, at Norm’s Blog.

Antique Mexican Kitchen

MUSEUM OF THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION, HOUSE OF THE SERDAN BROTHERS. PUEBLA, MEXICO.

 

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Church Tower

Puebla, Mexico

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Museum of the Mexican Revolution, House of the Serdan Brothers. Puebla, Mexico.

Puebla street on a rainy day

Puebla, Mexico.

 

Pastel Colors Street

Puebla de Zaragoza, Puebla. Mexico.

Perspective View of a Yellow Church

Puebla, Mexico.
Puebla, Mexico.

Yellow Church

Puebla-Mexico
Puebla de Zaragoza, State of Puebla-Mexico

The architecture of the City of Puebla includes various styles and techniques such as Baroque, Renaissance and classical architecture.

What impresses me about this City is that you can locate a church every few blocks. This is a photo of one of the almost innumerable churches. A colonial architecture building.

 

Puebla de los Angeles, Puebla- Mexico
Puebla de Los Angeles, Puebla- Mexico

The City of Puebla is also known as Puebla de Los Angeles (Puebla of The Angels) or Angelopolis because it is said that it was traced by the angels, though the real name is Puebla de Zaragoza. It is the capital city of the State of Puebla, which is located in a valley surrounded on all four sides by mountains and volcanoes. Due to its cultural and historical architecture, this City was chosen as World Heritage.  The architecture includes various styles and techniques such as Baroque, Renaissance and classical architecture, represented in over 5000 buildings. This makes it the 2nd City with the largest number of historic buildings and landmarks in Latin America only after Cuzco, Peru.