Things to do in Izamal: is a colonial gem, with just about all the buildings painted an egg-yolk yellow. Cobblestone streets and colonial lamp posts complete the scenery. The village was conquered by the Spaniards, and it was the monks in their eagerness to convert the indigenous Maya to Catholicism that gave the city its religious distinction. An important sight in Izamal is the Franciscan Convent San Antoni de Padua that was built from and over one of the Maya pyramids. In Izamal you will find delicious Yucatecan cuisine. Here are some of the things to do in Izamal.
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