Monthly Archives: September 2012


Archeological sites, National Parks, Biosphere Reserves, Protected Natural Areas and “magical towns” in the Pueblos Mágicos program come together in the state of Hidalgo. It owes much of its charm to its long mining traditions and boasts spas built around … Continue reading

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Architecture in Guanajuato

Guanajuato architecture is a visual feast of symmetrical and asymmetrical buildings. Each space in the Guanajuato historical center expresses various forms of Baroque art from the colonial period, which is found predominantly in the buildings of the Basilica of Our … Continue reading

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Befitting its status as a world heritage zone, Guanajuato, Mexico, has many secrets to reveal: narrow alleys, churches, museums, and buildings with a mix of colors and symmetries. It is a city rich with history and legends. Located in the … Continue reading

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State of Mexico

The State of Mexico is one of the most important on a national level given that several of its municipalities combine with the Federal District to form Mexico City, one of the largest and most populous metropolitan areas in the … Continue reading

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Bordering the state of Yucatan on the northeast, the state of Campeche’s history, culture, and nature come together amid luxuriant vegetation, calm waters, and legendary stories, creating an enigmatic destination with fertile land and unparalleled ecological reserves. San Francisco de … Continue reading

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