Secret Tunnels in Mexico

Puente de Bubas, a bridgelike structure from the 17th century that was used to cross the San Francisco River, which was the main water source for the city in that era.

Puente de Bubas, a bridgelike structure from the 17th century that was used to cross the San Francisco River, which was the main water source for the city in that era.

Catholic treasures moved in underground tunnels hundreds of years ago in Puebla, Mexico

An article from the newspaper El Pais describes these underground tunnels built from the 1500s on : “How a Mexican city discovered its long-forgotten ancient tunnels. For decades the secret passageways in Puebla were nothing more than a rumor”

The tunnels were also used by Mexican soldiers in battles against the French.

~Thanks to Asha W. Agrawal for this post

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