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Aguascalientes, Mexico

Templo del Señor de los Rayos (Temple of the Lord of the Rays)

The history of this futuristic crypt-turned-temple is as curious as its facade.
Mexico City, Mexico

Museo de la Radio (Radio Museum)

A Mexico City subway station boasts a hidden museum, complete with a working radio booth.
Aguascalientes, Mexico

Castillo Ortega-Douglas

In Mexico, an abandoned Scottish-looking castle stands as a tribute to love.
Mexico City, Mexico

Garden Santa Fe

The underground mall's skylights look like they could be part of a spaceship.
Progreso, Mexico

Puerto de Altura (Progreso Pier)

It would take you approximately an hour and a half to walk to the end of Mexico's largest pier.
San Miguel Regla, Mexico

Bosque de las Truchas (Forest of the Trouts)

This active fish farm has opened and expanded its lands to become a multi-faceted tourist attraction.
San Luis Tehuiloyocan, Mexico

La Casa del Diablo (The Devil's House)

This house covered in art created with volcanic rocks is shrouded in macabre lore.
Mexico City, Mexico

Plaza Santos Degollado

A grand entrance to one of the world's smallest Chinatowns.
Mexico City, Mexico

Museo Universitario del Chopo (Chopo University Museum)

This industrial Art Nouveau gem is a historic hotspot for Mexican counterculture.
Guanajuato, Mexico

Hotel Castillo Santa Cecilia

A hotel masquerading as a medieval castle overlooks a Mexican city.
Aguascalientes, Mexico

Aguascalientes Government Palace Murals

The artwork detailing the city's history features a few controversial characters.
Mexico City, Mexico

Museo Casa de Carranza

The former Mexican president kept the bullets that killed his predecessor on display in his home, now a museum.
Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico

Templo de Santa Rosa de Viterbo

This baroque wonder is filled with a trove of artistic treasures.
Tlalnepantla de Baz, Mexico

Pyramids of Tenayuca

A barbarous band of serpents guard the bases of these Aztec temples.
Mexico City, Mexico

Dualidad Mural

This immense scene of a cosmic battle between a jaguar and serpent illustrates the Aztec concept of the duality of life.
Ciudad de México, Mexico

Cocodrilo de Leonora Carrington

A fabulously bizarre surrealist sculpture by the late artist, Leonora Carrington.
Mexico City, Mexico

Plaza Loreto

One of the world's richest men bought this former paper factory and transformed it into a mall.
Mexico City, Mexico

'El Vochol'

A Volkswagen Beetle decorated with millions of beads connects Mexico's past and future.
Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico

Santiago Carbonell Foundation-Museum

An elegant space dedicated to a master of romanticism and minimalism.
Mexico City, Mexico

Ottoman Clock

This clock was gifted to Mexico as a show of gratitude for its long history of welcoming Arab migrants.
Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico

Zacatecana House Museum

This eerily opulent residential museum is home to a haunting local legend.
Tepoztlán, Mexico

Latrine Poems at Museo de la Natividad

Historic poems about the noble act of defecating have been preserved on the wall of this old convent.
Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico

Convento de la Santa Cruz (Convent of Santa Cruz)

This historic Mexican convent is home to a tree that grows crucifix-like thorns.
Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico

Acequia Madre

The remains of a centuries-old water system that inspired local legends of secret tunnels.