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Deep in the so-called ‘autonomous zones’ that constitute the southeastern third of Chiapas, Mexico’s southernmost state—roughly 9,400 square miles of territory which remains largely independent from the national government—the village of Morelia offers breathtaking views of the rugged Sierra Madre de Chiapas. Image by Jared Olson. Mexico, 2018.

Deep in the so-called ‘autonomous zones’ that constitute the southeastern third of Chiapas, Mexico’s southernmost state—roughly 9,400 square miles of territory which remains largely independent from the national government—the village of Morelia offers breathtaking views of the rugged Sierra Madre de Chiapas. Image by Jared Olson. Mexico, 2018.