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Tortilla factory in Tequila 1021
Tequila
These panoramas are from my visit to Tequila, Mexico in late february 2010. I took advantage of my jetlag, waking up just before dawn and shooting as many streets and street corners as I could. The village of Tequila is a charming place, an hour west of the bloated and gasoline-stained megalopolis of Guadalajara. Tequila is in many respects exactly what one would expect a Mexican town, and Mexico, to be: crumbling colonial church in the center lined by arcades and a main square filled by old cowboys, street vendors, shoe shines. Yes, Tequila is well worth a visit.
Copyright: Jeffrey Martin
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7200x3600
Taken: 22/02/2010
Uploaded: 27/02/2010
Updated: 05/06/2014
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Tags: tequila; street; streetview; life; village; town
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Tequila is a fantastic little town located about one hour northwest of Guadalajara. It is in many respects just what you might imagine a Mexican town to be - crumbling colonial church, arched arcades, dusty streets, plenty of cowboys, hot sunshine, and plenty of tequila to drink.