Izamal is a small town located in Mexico's Yucatan state, about an hour away from Chichen Itza. It was actually the first town in Mexico to be declared a pueblo magico, or magic town. This designation is awarded to towns that have maintained their original architecture, history and culture.
What sets Izamal apart is that all the buildings in the historical centre are painted yellow... and no one really knows why! Nonetheless, it is a lovely little town to meander through and take some bright photos of. I passed through in May of 2021 and snapped these photos, mainly of the doorways, as I found them the most interesting: