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Young woman sitting at the edge of Pyramid of the Moon and overlooking Teotihuacan
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Young woman sitting at the edge of Pyramid of the Moon and overlooking Teotihuacan

One of the touristy things to do is to visit numerous landmarks spreaded around the world. But it's all about how and when. And a bit about good luck. Getting to the sight in the early morning usually guaranties absence of other visitors and you can have the whole place just for yourself.

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