Photos from Real de Catorce, Part 2

Last week, I posted a series of photos from Real de Catorce.  Real has achieved “Pueblo Magico” status, being promoted by Mexico’s Secretariat of Tourism for having special historic or cultural significance.  The program was launched in 2001, and Real De Catorce was one of the first towns to be awarded the title.  In my opinion, it clearly deserves the award.  It was one of the most unique and interesting places I’ve visited in my 20+ trips to Mexico over the last few years.

Here are a few more photos from Real de Catorce.

Real De Catorce
Real De Catorce street view
Real De Catorce
Real De Catorce street view
Real De Catorce
Burro in Real de Catorce
Early morning in Real de Catorce
Early morning in Real de Catorce
Dogs of Real de Catorce
Dogs of Real de Catorce
Church, Real de Catorce
Templo de la Purisima Concepcion, Real de Catorce
Shady Retreat, Real de Catorce
Shady Retreat, Real de Catorce
Man on Burro, Real de Catorce
Man on a burro travels through abandoned mine buildings, Real de Catorce
Cat, Real de Catorce
Cat checking me out, Real de Catorce
Ogarrio Tunnel, Real de Catorce
Ogarrio Tunnel, Real de Catorce
Foggy morning, Real de Catorce
Foggy morning, Real de Catorce
Jeep in Real de Catorce
Jeep in Real de Catorce
Sabritas Truck, Real de Catorce
Sabritas Truck, Real de Catorce
Burro, Real de Catorce
Burro, Real de Catorce
Real de Catorce
Real de Catorce

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