small city in the Mexican state of Yucatán, 72 km (about 40 miles) east of state capital Mérida. Izamal was continuously occupied throughout most of Mesoamerican chronology; in 2000, the city's estimated population was 15,000 people. Izamal is known in Yucatán as "The Yellow City" (most of its buildings are painted yellow) and "The City of Hills" (though most of the "hills" are probably the remains of ancient temple pyramids).
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krzychu30 (15498) 2014-01-20 2:20
nice to see You back!
Judging by thi spicture Izamal must be very picturesque town.I like your presentation of this street and the POV and perspective you chose to capture the scene.The diagonal line makes the view really eye-catching and provides a good depth to the scene.
Have a nice day