Mexican Cities Archive

La Matanza and Mole de Caderas: A Tehuacan’s tradition

I have to say it: I’m proud of my hometown, I’m proud of Tehuacan, the second most important city in the State of Puebla, after Puebla capital. Among its
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Tejate, Oaxacan “Drink of the Gods”

When I think about Oaxaca, I think in tradition. Perhaps, no other place in Mexico has their traditions and customs so ingrained as in this beautiful state. There are
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Reasons You’ll Love Museo Nacional de los Ferrocarriles Mexicanos, in Puebla

The city of Puebla has numerous places that have been part of the history of Mexico. Railroads have been a key element in the growth of our country, creating
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Why should you visit the Biblioteca Palafoxiana in Puebla?

Juan de Palafox y Mendoza was archbishop of Puebla from 1640-1655, viceroy of New Spain, is known for defending indigenous Mexican culture during the colonial era. His greatest legacy:
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