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Exploring Tala, Jalisco by John Pint

While archaeologists speculate that the ancient inhabitants of western Mexico decided to live in Tala because of its arable land, rivers and obsidian, there is one other feature of this area which anyone, ancient or modern would find both attractive and extraordinary: the bizarre rocks which abound north, south and east of the town.

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Tala, Jalisco: A thousand-year-old Mexican city inside a geological wonderland John Pint

Tala is a small town located 30 kilometers due west of Guadalajara and best known for its large, government-operated sugar refinery, infamous for being the major polluter of Lake La Vega. Two thousand... read more
Published or Updated on: September 29, 2011 by John Pint © 2011
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