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Plazuelas (Penjamo, Guanajuato) – a beautiful archaeological site January 2, 2008

Posted by Raul in archaeology, Mexico.
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Since ML is an archaeologist, I thought she would like to see a few archaeological sites, so she and I went to Penjamo to visit the Plazuelas archaeological site. It’s a gorgeous place, and the museum is beautiful.

I would say we had a great beginning of the year because we found parking on our first attempt (right by the beginning of the trail), the museum and site visit were free and there weren’t a lot of people. Besides, it’s always nice to visit an archaeological site with a very close friend who happens to be an archaeologist!

Just take a peek by yourselves [Photo Credit: The picture is totally mine, so if you use it, please link back to this blog].

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1. Nomade Moderne - January 3, 2008

If you’re going to put photos up on your blog, you might want to consider adding a creative commons license to them. I do that with all my Flickr photos that I post on my blog. Saves you having to make a statement each time about how to use your photo.


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