Exploring the ancient Jemez Historic Site: a breathtaking place with a troubled past.

The Jemez Historic Site, 60 miles north of Albuquerque New Mexico, is a remarkable piece of history: fantastically preserved buildings made of stone bring you back in time to 1600s New Mexico, when the Spanish attempted conquest of the new world, and built stone churches to change the way of life of those who lived in its lands.

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Hi everyone! :) My name is Tor Bertin, and for much of my life, I've had an immense fascination for the natural world and its inhabitants. This fascination has always driven me to share those feelings of wonder with other people. "Wonderlust" was the name I gave to that feeling. Here, I hope to bring to you improved understanding and appreciation for nature in its many forms across the world, and the human history that has existed in those places. I film my travels in a highly cinematic style, and with corresponding narration aim to both educate on the history of these places and inspire wonder for the astonishing aspects of the natural world. While here, and in your own journeys, wander in wonder.

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