Chiapas and Tabasco Sights

Fuente Mudéjar

  • Fountain

Published 09/01/2015

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Life in this small town on the banks of the Río Grijalva revolves around the Plaza Angel Albino Corzo. In the center is the bizarre Fuente Mudéjar, or Moorish Fountain. The structure, built in 1562, once supplied the town with water. Said to be in the shape of the crown of the Spanish monarchs Ferdinand and Isabella, it is a mishmash of Moorish, Gothic, and Renaissance styles.

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Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas, Mexico

Published 09/01/2015

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