In the wettest place on Earth, people devised an ingenious way to traverse the turbulent waterways and link isolated villages: living root bridges. … More India’s Living Root Bridges
The figure was estimated to have been carved between 28,000 and 25,000 BCE. during European Paleolithic.
The Raptor Cage is claimed to be the largest in the world, and houses golden eagle, bald eagle, red-tailed hawk, Harris hawk, caracara, vultures, and owls. … More The Raptor Cage
An archeological site in Querétaro featuring the smallest Mesoamerican ball game court in America. … More Tancama
The abandoned buildings guard the memory of the splendor that once had. The largest soap factory in Latin America had an agonizing end due to a strike enduring almost 15 years. … More La Esperanza Soap Factory
In the seventies several peasants and local residents from Valle de Santiago, Guanajuato, surprised the world with gigantic fruits and vegetables. … More Hoya de Alvarez Crater
The best-studied meteorite in history and also the oldest rock on earth of extraterrestrial origin that fell over Chihuahua, Mexico. … More The Allende Meteorite