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Puebla has recovered after earthquake to visit or not

Puebla has recovered after earthquake to visit or not

Feb 5th, 2018, 08:36 PM
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Puebla has recovered after earthquake to visit or not

Hello,
We are going to Mexico then Puebla next week and wonder if the city is recovery after the earthquake last Sep, 2017 yet.
We hope any one just been there or live there could help to update the situation in Puebla and whether it is worth the visit now or better skip.
Thank you for reading and hope to receive your comments.
Best regards,
HuyenLe
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Feb 6th, 2018, 07:50 AM
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I was there about 10 days ago. If you weren't looking for damage, you'd probably not notice much, as it seems there's always some sort of scaffolding and repairs going on somewhere. Like on Puebla's cathedral, where it seems they're always doing maintenance. From the ground, I could see workers up on the church on the pyramid in Cholula. Anyway, I didnt see much that should stop you from visiting.
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Feb 6th, 2018, 05:29 PM
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@Baldone: thank you so much for your reply. It sounds good and we will visit Puebla as scheduled. Have a nice day.
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