Founded in 1540, Campeche City was the first Spanish settlement of the Yucatan Peninsula and served as one of the most important ports in America, exporting forest products. Actually tourists attraction for the upper-class Spanish mansions, churches and other colonial buildings still standing, Mexico Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Founded in 1540, Campeche City was the first Spanish settlement of the Yucatan Peninsula and served as one of the most important ports in America, exporting forest products. Actually tourists attraction for the upper-class Spanish mansions, churches and other colonial buildings still standing, Mexico Picture by Manuel Cohen

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