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The Lonely Citadel of Tulum
Mexico
This little structure lacking in architectural splendor and grandeur is typical of the style that defines the ruins of Tulum - indeed, had it not been the azure Caribbean Sea and white sand beaches that surround it, it certainly wouldn't have featured so prominently on most travellers' radar.
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