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Creator
Margery H. Freeman
Date created
July 1970
Location
Cuernavaca, Mexico
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Basalt cliffs near Cuernavaca, Mexico

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A stone cliff made of basalt columns stretches upwards. This is part of “El Salto de San Anton”, or St. Anthony’s leap — a waterfall.

Cuernavaca is a town in the lower half of the country of Mexico, in the state of Morelos. The town is a popular tourist destination because of its temperate climate as well as its colonial architecture.