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Detienen a Sujeto que Presuntamente Bajo los Efectos de las Drogas Asustaban a Transeúntes http://noticiasdechiapas.com.mx/nota.php?id=82090

Detienen a Sujeto que Presuntamente Bajo los Efectos de las Drogas Asustaban a Transeúntes http://noticiasdechiapas.com.mx/nota.php?id=82090

Foreign exchange - Euro nears 7-month lows on ECB easing expectations - http://worldwide-finance.net/news/forex-news/foreign-exchange-euro-nears-7-month-lows-on-ecb-easing-expectations

Foreign exchange - Euro nears lows on ECB easing expectations

Emerge iglesia colonial de una presa en Chiapas por sequía

The remains of a century church, visible from the surface of the Grijalva River in the Mexican state of Chiapas, because a drought has lowered the water level.

TRAVEL INSPIRATIONECO & ADVENTURE This Gorgeous 16th-Century Church Was at the Bottom of a Mexican Reservoir

This Gorgeous 16th-Century Church Was Just Found at the Bottom of a Mexican Reservoir

The remains of the century church Temple of Santiago is visible from the surface of the Grijalva River, which feeds the Nezahualcoyotl reservoir, in Mexico. A drought this year has hit the river's watershed, dropping the water level in the reservoir.

Before it was abandoned, the church also served as a final resting place for many of its parishioners. A government report noted that the church included a large ossuary — a housing for the remains of the victims of the plagues.

The Ruins Of A Historic Church Are Rising Out Of A Reservoir In Mexico

The remains of a century church known as the Temple of Santiago is visible Friday from the surface of the Grijalva River due to the lack of rain near the town of Nueva Quechula, in Chiapas state, Mexico.

This Drowned Mexican Church Is Spooky As Hell

This Drowned Mexican Church Is Spooky As Hell

Colonial church emerges from falling Mexican reservoir - Yahoo News

Submerged 400-Year-Old Templo de Quechula in Chiapas, Mexico Resurfaces from the Waves

Submerged 400-Year-Old Church Resurfaces from the Waves

MEXICO CITY — A century church has emerged from the receding waters of the Nezahualcoyotl reservoir in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas. This is the second time water levels have dropped .

The Ruins Of A Historic Church Are Rising Out Of A Reservoir In Mexico

Low water levels in a reservoir in Chiapas, Mexico, have slowly revealed the ruins of the century Temple of Santiago.

A Casa Tadeo mostra uma arquitetura contemporânea com profunda relação com sua região. Chiapas é um estado mexicano localizado na fronteira com a Guatemala. Considerado um dos estados mais pobres do país, Chapias é conhecido também por sua grande riqueza arquitetônica de origem Maia. Com cerca de um terço da população descendente do antigo povo, o …

Arquitetura bioclimática, regional e com identidade cultural

Image 1 of 26 from gallery of Tadeo House / Apaloosa Estudio de arquitectura y…

The relics of a 16th-century church built by Spanish colonisers has emerged from a reservoir in the south of Mexico.

A 16th century Spanish church has re-emerged from a lake in Mexico

The remains of a century church known as the Temple of Santiago or the Temple of Quechula. The temple was submerged in 1966 when the Nezahualcoyotl dam was built; David von Blohn x

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