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Oaxaca Tourism: Best of Oaxaca
The charming colonial town of Oaxaca offers rich culture, uplifting architecture and a spring-like climate. Lagoons, caverns and waterfalls are within easy reach of the city, as are pre-Columbian ruins and Tlacolula's Sunday market. Visit the hot springs at Hierve el Agua or embrace nature at the vast tree of El Tule. D'a de los Muertos, Day of the Dead, sees the city at its most colourful. Those with a sweet tooth shouldn't miss Mina Street, known as Chocolate Street because of its chocolate makers.
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