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Day 15 Riviera Maya MX
Cenotes
22Dec2018 - Day 15 Riviera Maya MX - Cenotes
Date: Sat Dec 22 16:24:54 MST 2018, [ 4 photos ]
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There are about 7,000 cenotes discovered so far in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. These secret underground caverns are formed when limestone caves in, leaving a hole in the earth that leads to a pool of often gorgeous turquoise-colored water.

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 Location(s): La Gloria Cenote - Riviera Maya, MX
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There are about 7,000 cenotes discovered so far in Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula. These secret underground caverns are formed when limestone caves in, leaving a hole in the earth that leads to a pool of often gorgeous turquoise-colored water.

 Location: La Gloria Cenote - Riviera Maya, MX
 Date Taken: Sat Dec 22 2018
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 There are about 7,000 cenotes discovered so far in Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula. These secret underground caverns are formed when limestone caves in, leaving a hole in the earth that leads to a pool of often gorgeous turquoise-colored water.
 Location: La Gloria Cenote - Riviera Maya, MX
 Date Taken: Sat Dec 22 2018
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 There are about 7,000 cenotes discovered so far in Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula. These secret underground caverns are formed when limestone caves in, leaving a hole in the earth that leads to a pool of often gorgeous turquoise-colored water.
 Location: La Gloria Cenote - Riviera Maya, MX
 Date Taken: Sat Dec 22 2018
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 There are about 7,000 cenotes discovered so far in Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula. These secret underground caverns are formed when limestone caves in, leaving a hole in the earth that leads to a pool of often gorgeous turquoise-colored water.
 Location: La Gloria Cenote - Riviera Maya, MX
 Date Taken: Sat Dec 22 2018
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