Hills from Around the World 2

A collection of hills from around the world.

The hill that dominates the town of Zacatecas in Mexico is known as the Cerro de la Bufa. This is the hill where the revolutionaries, led by Pancho Villa and Felipe Ángeles, fought the last battle of the Revolucion Mexicana and took control of Zacatecas. There is a gondola up to the Bufa, the highest point of the city of Zacatecas, MexicoAnother ‘cerro’ (hill), this one of the trail that runs through the Cerros de Siete Colores (Hills of Seven Colours) in Pumamarca, Argentina. Trail through the Cerros de Siete Colores (Hills of Seven Colours) in Pumamarca, ArgentinaThe town at the end of Inle Lake, suspended somewhere in time between the past and the future. I don’t know its name, but from a distance the temple on top of the hill looks like a vision of Shangri-La (Myanmar).
A View of Shangri-La Just Beyond the Pampas GrassesThe hills nearby the 11th century monastery in Valvanera were thickly wooded, mostly with a profusion of chestnut trees (Spain).View from the Monastery in Valvanera, SpainRoad up in the hills above Merritt, Canada.road up in the hills above MerrittTea plantation in the Cameron Highlands of Malaysia.tea plantation in the Cameron HighlandsForlorn hills on our Dingle Peninsula Drive, part of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way.Forlorn hills on our Dingle Peninsula Drive, part of Ireland's Wild Atlantic WayThe rolling hills on our walk past the Ladybower Reservoir in the Peaks District of England. The rolling hills on our walk past the Ladybower Reservoir in the Peaks District of EnglandMore of Frank’s Tuesday Photo Challenge: Hill.

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