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Campeche is Mexico's only walled city, with colourful Spanish architecture, imposing forts and old cobbled streets.

Built by the Spanish Conquistadors in the mid-sixteenth century, today Campeche stands as Mexico's only remaining walled city. It is listed as a World Heritage site by UNESCO, largely thanks to the magnificently preserved walls and gates, as well as its splendid baroque Spanish architecture, large imposing forts and old cobbled streets. It is wonderful base from which to explore the nearby ruins and the Celestun nature reserve, just to the north of the city.

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