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11 April 2018

Sudan

We would like to dedicate this week’s post, to Sudan, the last male northern white rhino who
recently passed away on March 2018. Ami Vitale, official judge of our international photo
contest, The World We Live In, took Sudan’s lasts pictures during he’s last days in Kenya.

We invite you to take a look at this inspiring images on her official website, the pictures are
also available for purchase at:

http://www.amivitale.com/photo-story/goodbye-sudan-the-worlds-last-male-northern-white
-rhino/

The profits of this photographs will be donated to Ol Pejeta Conservancy, a non-profitable
organization in Kenya that works to conserve wildlife and promotes its tourism.

11 January 2018

Morelia, the city of pink quarry

The Historic Center of Morelia, Michoacan recently celebrated its 26th anniversary of being declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. This distinction is reserved only for cities with exceptional architectural style and a living history of beauty.

With more than 270 hectares, the Historic Center of Morelia makes up the most touristic area of the city. Its walls whisper in each corner stories from the sixteenth century. These walls are protected from any type of modification, preserving the original splendor of the building facades.

Pied à Terre encourages the preservation of the tangible heritage of humanity. At the beginning of 2018, we proudly unveiled a plaque that was specially designed to be placed on the pink quarry facade of the Hom Hotel at 44 Aquiles Serdán. Due to the refinement of its rooms and its personalized attention, the Hom Hotel is part of the exclusive properties that Pied à Terre offers to satisfy even the most exigent travelers.

Visitors who are attracted to history, architecture, gastronomy, art, and culture, should not miss the city of Morelia. Discover its 15 plazas and 1,113 monuments and enjoy the fusions of Renaissance, Baroque and Neoclassical styles.