If it is Tuesday, it must be Oaxaca. I have been traveling quite quickly.

The following pictures are of Monte (Mount) Alban, Oaxaca and El Árbol del Tule.

Monte Alban is an ancient site believed to have been occupied by several different groups. Sometime
around 500 BC, the Zapotecs started construction. Later, the Mixtec moved into the area.

El Árbol del Tule is thought to have the widest girth of any tree on earth.

Click on any picture below to see a larger version of it.

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