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Anticipating growth, this original layout had very wide streets and plazas for the time, with streets systematically arranged to allow for elongation. The streets are systematically laid out, but not rigidly squared, with most having gentle curves designed into them. During the same time period, infrastructure such as the city's aqueduct and various plaza fountains were constructed. The Mexican federal government lists 1, buildings built from the 16th to the 20th century as having historical value.
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The buildings encompass the various architectural styles that have been fashionable in Mexico, but nearly all are built of pink cantera stone, which gives the city a unified appearance. Several measures were taken in the 20th century to preserve this part of the city.
Inthe city enacted regulations to preserve the historic center's colonial buildings. InPresident Carlos Salinas de Gortari issued a decree making the historic center of Morelia a national historic monument.
The largest plaza is the Plaza de Armas, which has been remodeled several times since it was designed in the 16th century. Another statue by Miranda, this one of Jose Maria Morelos y Pavon was placed in the small plaza on the west side of the Cathedral and named the Morelos Plaza. Many years later, this structure would be almost completely destroyed by a fire.
When cathedral status was moved from there to Valladolid inthe city became the civil, religious and cultural capital of the territory. Of the major churches of the early colonial period, only this and the Mexico City Cathedral do not face west, as was customary. The Cathedral was consecrated ineven though it was not yet finished. The facade as a relief of the transfiguration of Christ and the east nave is dedicated to the sheepherders and Wise Men of the Nativity.
Since it was built over the 17th and 18th century, elements of NeoclassicalHerreresque and Baroque architecture can be seen in the building. There are more than two hundred pilasters but no columns, the only church built this way during the colonial period.
A three meter tall monstrance made of pure silver adorns the main altar and is unique in that it can be disassembled and reassembled.
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A newer addition is the organ from Germany, which has 4, pipes and is one of the largest in Latin America. On Saturdays at 8: Today it is the Palace of the State Government. Inside are three courtyards with the walls of the first courtyard covered in murals done by Alfredo Zalce in the s. The church building was probably finished inthe date inscribed on the south portal, but monastery construction continued into the 17th century. In the 19th century, the Reform Laws expropriated the cloisters and living quarters but left the church to its religious function, which continues to this day.
Over time the church fell into disrepair but was restored in the s. The rest of the complex was restored and converted to its present function starting in The botanical garden consists of three greenhouses with some outside space. The botanical garden has a surface area of over meters2 and was founded in It is housed in a building that belonged to Emperor Maximilian I, and is of ornate Baroque design.
Most of the exhibits are about the history of the region with rooms dedicated to pre-Hispanic artifacts and colonial art. There are also interactive exhibits on the origins of the earth and life. The museum also has conference rooms, a library and a reading room. It was opened in and divided into three sections — archeology, history and ethnology of the state. There is also an exhibit of the old Mier Pharmacy with its equipment from The museum is a mansion dating from the 18th century.
Its main attraction is its collection of more than figures of Christ done in cornstalk paste. These figures were created by indigenous artists, starting under the direction of Vasco de Quiroga, between the 16th and 19th centuries. The museum is in an old Baroque residence from the 18th century. Prior to the building's use as a museum, it was the site of the first official government press in the state, founded in Morelos bought the house inbut did not live there much, especially in the years just before and during the Mexican War of Independence because of his involvement with the movement.
Inthe house was declared a national monument and in became the property of INAH to be converted into this museum. The area features many beautiful beaches, including warm-water beaches along Nantucket Sounde.
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This popular windsurfing destination was bequeathed to the town of Barnstable by Dr. Kalmus on condition that it not be developed, possibly one of the first instances of open-space preservation in the US. The Mid-Cape is also the commercial and industrial center of the region. There are seven villages in Barnstable, including Barnstable VillageCentervilleCotuitHyannisMarstons MillsOstervilleand West Barnstableas well as several smaller hamlets that are incorporated into their larger neighbors e.
In the present day, the five outermost towns Provincetown, Truro, Wellfleet, Eastham and Orleans are more commonly and collectively known as the "Outer Cape".
This area is home to the Cape Cod National Seashorea national park that encompasses much of the Outer Cape, including the entire east-facing coast from Orleans to Provincetown.
The Outer Cape and the beaches in the area have become infamous for their summertime great white shark sightings along with numerous other shark species. In the summer ofa tourist was attacked and bitten by a great white shark off Ballston Beach in Truro. The Outer Cape is the least populated area of Cape Cod, though Provincetown has a city-like atmosphere during the summer season. Provincetown is also renowned for its historic fishing fleets and Stellwagen Banka popular fishing ground and whale watching destination, is located a few miles north of Race Point.
One is that the terms derive from early nautical navigation. When one traveled to the east, one went down the longitudinal scale toward zero at GreenwichEngland.
Additionally, prevailing fair weather winds generally out of the southwest have been used as the basis for directional descriptions by European settlers and their descendants in eastern North America.
That is, one would be traveling "down [wind]" to the east with a westerly wind at one's back. Provincetown, therefore, despite being the Cape's northernmost town, was the furthest "down" that one could travel. The Cape's unique shape brought a new paradox along with the automobile and highway system: The best known colloquial explanation, however, is that the shape of the peninsula as it appears on maps and charts resembles that of a human arm. In that analogy, the southern portion of the Cape represents the "upper arm", Chatham the elbow, and the north-south portion is the "lower arm", or forearm.
Going further, some say Provincetown is the curled hand, or fist, with Race Point and Wood End at its knuckles, and Long Point at the fingertips. In the late twentieth century, as the Cape began drawing more vacationers and artists on retreat, the nautical nomenclature and potential confusion over directions have gradually been giving way to the simpler "Outer Cape", although the older terms are still used by some local residents.
Geology[ edit ] "East of America, there stands in the open Atlantic the last fragment of an ancient and vanished land. Worn by the breakers and the rains, and disintegrated by the wind, it still stands bold. Together, these formations are known as the Outer Landsor more obscurely as the "Isles of Stirling". Geologically speaking, Cape Cod is quite young, having been laid down some 16, to 20, years ago.
Most of Cape Cod's geological history involves the advance and retreat of the Laurentide ice sheet in the late Pleistocene geological era and the subsequent changes in sea level.
Using radiocarbon dating techniques, researchers have determined that around 23, years ago, the ice sheet reached its maximum southward advance over North America, and then started to retreat. Many kettle ponds — clear, cold lakes — were formed and remain on Cape Cod as a result of the receding glacier.
By about 18, years ago, the ice sheet had retreated past Cape Cod. By roughly 15, years ago, it had retreated past southern New England. When so much of Earth's water was locked up in massive ice sheets, the sea level was lower.