Sections of the city of Puebla
AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION
ECOTOURISM AND OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES
ENTERTAINMENT AND SPORTS EVENTS
FESTIVALS AND TRADITIONS
Known as the
City of Angels, Puebla, a World Heritage Site, lies 136 km
(84 mi) from Mexico City. The climate is mild and
semi-humid, with rainfall during the summer and the
beginning of fall, and generally cool days during the summer
months. The average temperature is 16º C (61º F.)
This city has some 5,000 colonial buildings, which are
mostly baroque edifices built during the 16th century. The
Cathedral is one of the most notable examples of this city’s
beautiful architecture. At times, it seems as though the
architectural designs of some of the convents, churches and
squares came from heaven above. Not only is this city known
for its splendid architecture, but it also offers an
excellent cuisine, which is a blend of pre-Hispanic, Arabic,
French and Spanish influences. Among the world-famous dishes
are chiles en nogada (stuffed poblano chili peppers bathed
in walnut sauce,) and mole poblano (a regional mole dish.)
Here you will also find wonderful crafts, including Talavera
pottery, el arbol de la vida (the tree of life) figurines,
bark paper paintings and unique onyx and marble sculptures.
You can find those items and much more at the traditional
markets and beautiful plazas where artisans sell their
Puebla, a city of gray hewn stone constructions, is Mexico’s
fifth largest city. As you walk along the streets, you will
see marvelous facades with lovely iron balconies. In the
environs, you will find beautiful natural areas where you
can do all kinds of outdoor recreational activities. During
your stay, be sure to visit the Izta-Popo National Park, La
Malinche National Park and the Valle de Tehuacan Biosphere
Reserve, the largest reserve in the world.
ECOTOURISM AND OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES:
Because of the growing need to return to nature, many
new ecotourism sites are cropping up across the nation.
Among some of Mexico’s more notable places are Puebla’s
ecological reserves. You can discover the magic, beauty and
diverse ecosystems at these places while enjoying a
The vast areas in Puebla’s environs are ideal for enjoying a
hot air balloon ride, mountain biking, and for the more
adventurous visitors, paragliding. They offer fresh air and
impressive scenery consisting of high cliffs, ravines and
plenty of trees. Because you will find all the necessary
safety equipment and experienced guides offering their
services, all of these activities are perfectly safe.
In Puebla’s environs you will find two places that are ideal
for a family fishing outing: two lakes surrounded by
abundant vegetation, which offer all the necessary services
to enjoy a great fishing trip.
In the city of Puebla and its surrounding areas, golf
enthusiasts will find excellent private and public courses
offering beautiful landscapes and excellent facilities. Some
of them were created by world-class designers, such as
Abraham Garcia Lopez.
Club de Golf La Huerta:
Located at 2319 Prolongacion 15 Sur. Pedro Guereca
designed this nine holes, par 31 course.
La Vista Country Club:
Located at Km 4 on Boulevard Atlixcayotl, in San
Andres Cholula, 9 km (5.5 mi) from the city of Puebla.
Robert Von Hagge designed this 18 holes, par 72 course.
Club de Golf El Cristo:
Located 31 km (19 mi) from the city of Puebla, at Km
4.5 on the Libramiento de Azucar de Matamoros, in
Atlixco’s El Cristo neighborhood. This is an 18 holes,
par 71 course.
The volcanoes in Puebla’s surrounding areas provide the
perfect settings for mountain climbing. Once you have
climbed to the top of these mountains, your perspective of
the city will never be the same. During the climb, you can
breathe fresh air and enjoy excellent lodging facilities
surrounded by beautiful trees and ravines.
Puebla offers many recreational activities that you can
experience in its vast natural areas. You can go hiking or
cave diving in underground caverns and rappelling down large
cliffs. You can count on safe and excellent services to
enjoy these adventures.
The gorgeous natural scenery in Puebla’s surrounding areas
offers the ideal spots to enjoy various outdoor recreational
activities like rafting. As you roll down the rapids you
will live an exhilarating experience that you can share with
the whole family. At Rio (river) Apulco you will find
equipment rentals and guides offering their services.
Puebla’s spas are a great option for those seeking rest,
relaxation and health treatments all in one place. For a
good massage, you will find various places that also offer
thermal waters with natural minerals. You can also enjoy
reflexology therapy or a California massage.
Cantiles: Located just 16 km (ten mi) from the city
of Puebla. The excellent rock formations here form part of a
geological paradise that is ideal for climbing and
rappelling. You will find a wall that is 40 meters (132
feet) high, as well as more than 60 routes. All the
equipment you will need can be rented in Puebla.
Cerro de San Bernardino Chalchihuapan: Located 16 km
(ten mi) from the city of Puebla. At this place, a group of
paragliding pilots offer lessons. They use only the best
equipment here, making it the ideal spot to do this sport.
We recommend that you make a reservation.
Club Amatzcalli de Chautla: Located 30 km (19 mi)
southwest of the city of Puebla, along the Mexico-Puebla
Federal Highway, and four km (2.5 mi) from the city of San
Martin Texmelucan. The grounds here form part of the
Ex-Hacienda of Chautla, where you will find two lakes that
host three annual fishing tournaments. One is a trout
fishing competition, dubbed Torneo de Aniversario. The other
two, which are bass tournaments, are called Torneo por
Parejas and Torneo de Padres e Hijos. Open daily from 8:30
a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Club Amatzcalli de Metepec: Located just 40 km (25
mi) from the city of Puebla, and ten km (six mi) northwest
of Atlixco. This is one of Mexico’s first recreational areas
with a controlled ecosystem, which is done using
state-of-the-art technology. Here you will find a lake with
an abundant supply of rainbow trout. Open daily from 8:00
a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Cuetzalan: Located 174 km (108 mi) from the city of
Puebla, in the Sierra Norte zone. This picturesque place,
which is blanketed in fog throughout most of the year due to
its climate and abundant vegetation, is a place of strong
traditions, as evidenced in its cuisine, crafts, fiestas and
hospitable people. Here you can visit the Conchita church,
the Santuario de Guadalupe and the Palacio Municipal, of
Russian neoclassical architecture. There’s also the
Calmahustic Museum of Ethnography, and in the surrounding
areas you can check out Masatepec, San Andres Tzicuilan and
the archeological zone of Yohualichan.
The Izta-Popo National Park: Located 55 km (34 mi)
from Puebla. This park covers an area of 26,500 hectares
(65,455 acres). Its most notable sights are the Popocatepetl
and Iztaccihuatl volcanoes, which are the second and third
highest elevations in Mexico, with altitudes of 5,442 meters
(17,958 feet) and 5,220 meters (17,226 feet), respectively.
At this place you can climb some of the mountain’s highest
parts, such as the so-called “Pecho” (chest) and “Cabeza”
(head) of Iztaccihuatl, which is 5,080 meters (17,764 feet)
above sea level. Here you will also find a lodge with a
restaurant and restrooms. In the park’s surrounding areas
there are pine and Encino oak forests where you can go
hiking and camping with an experienced guide.
The Malinche National Park: Located 35 km (22 mi)
from the city of Puebla, near the Tlaxcala border. At this
place you will see La Malinche volcano, which is where the
park got its name. The Malinche sits 4,461 meters (14,721
feet) above sea level. The summit has a cold climate, while
the pine, Encino oak and fir forests have a mild
temperature. This volcano’s altitude makes it ideal for
climbing. Along the way you will see spectacular vegetation,
narrow mountain ridges and gorges. A guide will lead you
along one of two routes through this beautiful area. After
spending the night in a lodge, you will wake up the next day
and head to the summit. This is the perfect place to observe
flora and fauna. Among the various animal species you will
see are squirrels, deer, coyotes, badgers and snakes. Here
you can also visit the Albergue de La Malinche Tourist
The Onyx and Las Espuelas Route: It is recommendable
to have a car for this tour. Departing from Puebla, head 21
km (13 mi) to Cuauhtinchan. The interesting sight there is
the Ex-Convent of San Juan Bautista, which has magnificent
architecture. You can also visit the Museum of Religious
Art, which has precious wood-sculpted images. If you’re
feeling hungry, try the delicious barbacoa. About six km
(four mi) from there you will find Tecalli de Herrera, where
you can check out the Ex-Convent of Santiago Apostle, a
construction that has withstood the inclement weather.
Continuing along the route, 11 km (seven mi) ahead you will
arrive at Tepeaca, where you can eat some delicious fish in
salsa guajillo, or if you prefer something different, try
the fish in green salsa. While you’re digesting, you can
take a walk through the town. If you decide to spend the
night, you should have no problem finding a place to stay.
In the morning you can admire such splendid sights as the
Ex-Convent of San Francisco, with its Chapel of the Third
Order, El Rollo, la Casa de los Virreyes and la Casa de
Cortes. After having toured the town, the next and last stop
is Amozoc, which is 18 km (11 mi) from Puebla. The most
notable architecture you will see here is that of the
Ex-Convent of San Francisco de Assisi and the Santa Maria
Asuncion parish church. We recommend that you set aside two
days for this tour.
Rio Apulco: Located 40 minutes from the “Magic Town”
of Cuetzalan, in Puebla’s northern region. Along this river
route you will see a wide variety of tropical vegetation and
numerous waterfalls. The rapids are class II and III, making
them exciting and safe for a family outing.
San Andres Cholula: Located nine km (5.5 mi) from the
city of Puebla. The climate here is mild and semi-humid,
with rain in the summer. Among the most important
celebrations that take place here are the Apostle San
Andres, San Isidrio Labrador, the Santisima Virgin de los
Remedies and San Diego de Alcala. The most notable crafts
made here are flowered rugs, wax figures for Independence
Day festivities, candles and indigenous figurines used for
rituals. During your visit, a must see is the archaeological
zone, which has a group of seven pyramids. The most
impressive pyramid is the Chiconahui Quiahuitl, which has a
400-meter base, making it the largest foundation in the
world. From Cholula’s main plaza you can admire Los Remedies
church, the parish church of San Andres Cholula, the Santa
Maria Tonantzintla church and the San Francisco Acatepec
church, all of which are magnificent examples of 16th and
17th century baroque architecture. Here you will find a
school that provides lessons and organizes outings for
paragliding. This area has excellent scenery, allowing you
to enjoy a beautiful panoramic view as you soar high in the
The Thermal waters of Chignahuapan: Located five km
(three mi) from Chignahuapan, in the state’s northern
region, about 100 km (62 mi) from Puebla, off the Puebla -
Mexico Highway 150. This is a modern spa offering diverse
services, including beauty and relaxation treatments such as
the California massage, hot stone treatments, temazcal steam
baths, organic springs mud masks, saunas, Jacuzzis,
aromatherapy, thermal hydrotherapy and energy juices.
Tzicatlacoyan: Located 23 km (14 mi) from the city of
Puebla. This is an underground world that offers a very
unique rocky landscape. As you explore the caverns, you will
see stalagmites, stalactites, rivers, springs and various
chambers, making it the ideal spot for cave diving. You can
tour the cavern with a guide, who will provide all the
necessary gear and lanterns.
Valle de Apulco: Located 145 km (90 mi) from the city
of Puebla. Here you can go on a hot air balloon that rises
80 meters (264 feet). It is certainly the best spot to enjoy
this activity, as it offers a splendid view of the
mountains, waterfalls and forest below.
Valle de Tehuacan Biosphere Reserve: Located 108 km
(67 mi) from the city of Puebla. This is the largest
biosphere sphere in the world and offers some of Mexico’s
richest biodiversity. Nearly dix per cent of the species
have been introduced to the reserve from other countries or
other regions in Mexico, such as the green guacamaya. About
50 per cent of the species are indigenous, like the golden
eagle. This is an ideal spot to observe flora, as it is the
habitat of more than 800 plant species, some of which have
more than 11 uses.
At the archaeological zones in Puebla’s
surrounding areas, you can learn about the splendor of
Mexico’s pre-classic era. As you visit the ruins of this
great civilization, the view of the nearby Malinche Volcano
will leave you fascinated.
CHOLULA ARCHEOLOGICAL ZONE:
The archeological zone is located approximately 8 km (5
miles) of Puebla, by the Road Quetzlcoatl. It is regarded as
the oldest America, has seven pyramids overlapping. One of
the most impressive structures is that the pyramid was built
in honor of Chiconahui Quiahuitl, which has a 400 meters
(1320 feet) base, or what is regarded as the world's largest
total volume. At its site museum will see replicas of the
murals of the “Drinkers and Chapulínes (Butterflies),” as
well as a scale model of the whole pyramid. Open Monday to
Sunday from 10.00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
CANTONA ARCHEOLOGICAL ZONE:
The archeological zone is located 92 km (57 mi) northwest of
Puebla, off Highway 129 in the direction of Libres. This
archaeological site, which is 12 square kilometers, is one
of the largest pre-Hispanic cities in Mesoamerica. It is
divided into three urban units, where you will find the
Acropolis, which has more than 3,000 individual patios and
24 ball courts, among other structures. Open Tuesday through
Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
YOHUALICHAN ARCHEOLOGICAL ZONE:
This site is located approximately at 180 km of the city of
Puebla in the Sierra Norte zone and at seven km to the east
of Cuetzalan. The site is of particular interest because
their vestiges verify the dominant presence of groups of the
coast in this region of the mountain range. These coastal
groups must have left Yohualichan forced by the advance of
warrior groups from the center of Mexico. The site was a
ceremonial center that surely had influenced others and it
was consolidated to carry out some type of cult, still after
it was abandoned. The part better known of this zone with
influence of the Tajín is the area where we can see a
similar monumental architecture to the one encountered in
the metropolis. There is a ceremonial center that was built
on a series of natural platforms that point towards the
north. In the environs of this pre-Hispanic site there is a
residential area, constructions that until today have not
Puebla’s rich history and culture can be seen in its
baroque, renaissance and classical architectural styles. In
fact, in 1987 the UNESCO declared Puebla a World Heritage
Site due to its beautiful buildings.
The Cathedral: Located on 16 de Septiembre Street, on
the corner of 5 Oriente. This building, which has 14 chapels
of various styles, houses numerous works of art, such as the
main cupola and the altar, which were painted by the artist
Cristobal de Villalpando. The main façades are in a baroque
transition-period. They have classical columns with Doric,
Ionic and Corinthian endings. The 69-meter (228-foot) towers
are the tallest in Mexico. The choir has finely carved
benches decorated with wood, onyx and ivory inlays, as well
as Arabic ornamental bows. The Cathedral also has two organs
donated by the king Carlos V.
The Municipal Palace: Located on Avenida Maximino
Avila Camacho. The hewn stone, renaissance-style façade
differs from other buildings as here they used Ionic columns
and triangular gables that crown the windows. The building
has two floors topped with a central attic, which has a
public clock and a tower on each end.
The Concordia and the Patio de los Azulejos: Located
at Calle 3 Sur and 9 Poniente. This is one of the most
representative buildings of local architecture. It has a
hewn stone, baroque-style facade with images of saints made
from marble. Next to the convent you will find a college
that was once a house of prayer.
The Ex Colegio Carolino (Autonomous University of
Puebla): Located on Avenida Maximino Avila Camacho, at 4
Sur. The facade has several doorways with balconies that
lead to three interior patios. One of the building’s most
notable features is an imperial staircase in the main lobby,
where you will see large oil paintings.
The Ex Palacio del Arzobispado (Federal Palace):
Located in the Zocalo (Main Square,) at Avenida Juan de
Palafox and Mendoza. This magnificent construction conserves
the facades of the old colleges of San Pedro and San Juan,
as well as that of the Palace, making it a true gem of
colonial architecture. It also has a harmonious combination
of red brick and Talavera tiles.
The Fountain of the China Poblana: Situated at
Boulevard Heroes de 5 de Mayo and Defensores de la Republica.
This monumental work has Talavera, hewn stone and petatillo
sculptures. Its foundation is 30 meters (100 feet) in
diameter. In the middle of the structure an enormous column
supports two basins and a pedestal, where the famous three
meter (10-foot) China Poblana statue stands.
The Biblioteca (Library) Palafoxiana: Located at 5
Oriente Number 5, this building houses the “Casa de la
Cultura” (Cultural house.) This Library Museum was
designated a Historical Monument of Mexico by Presidential
Decree due to its extensive collection. It houses 43,000
volumes in languages such as Hebrew, Latin, Sanskrit,
Chaldean and Greek. The subject matters include: Philosophy,
theology and canonic law, among other themes. The library
has valuable texts, such as the Nuremberg Chronicle, which
dates back to 1493. It also houses the Christian Doctrine,
the Ortelius Atlas and the Polyglot Bible. Here you can also
admire a baroque altarpiece, and the oil paintings that
represent the Virgin of Trapana and another of Saint Thomas
de Aquinas. You also see tables with onyx inlays and a
finely sculptured bookcase.
Temple and Ex Convent of San Francisco: Located on
Boulevard Heroes del 5 de Mayo. This structure has a tower
with four hewn stone bodies with broken moldings and Ionic
and Doric pilasters. On the main façade of gray hewn stone,
you will see images of vases and flowers and a
Churrigueresque portal. They are flanked by two large tile
panels and enriched by three Plateresque bodies. You will
also see choir stalls, neoclassic altarpieces and the
mummified body of the devout Sebastian de Aparicio.
Temple de Santo Domingo: Located at 5 de Mayo, at the
corner of 4 Poniente. The facade is of gray hewn stone and
it is pure classical style. It features three Doric columns.
From its large atrium, you can appreciate the mortar baroque
adornments on the conventional façade. You also see large
vaults and magnificent gold-covered altarpieces of baroque,
Churrigueresque and Salomonic Baroque styles.
ARTS AND CRAFTS:
heritage is reflected in its wide variety of world-famous
crafts, many of which are still made using ancient
techniques. The Talavera ceramics, of Arabic origin, are
glazed white pottery with intricate tile designs. The
engravings and bark paper paintings come from pre-Hispanic
influences. The unique onyx and marble objects are
world-renowned. In the La Luz neighborhood, you will find
beautiful glazed brown pottery, while the colorful clay tree
of life figurines come from Izucar de Matamoros and Acatlan
You can also appreciate the extensive cultural offering in
the textiles made here, including wool and cotton serapes,
ponchos and shawls. They are produced using both traditional
and automated looms.
If you want to see paintings and sculptures, visit the
artist workshops in El Barrio del Artista.
FESTIVALS AND TRADITIONS:
With the exception of the celebration that takes place on
November 1 and 2, when the deceased are honored on the Day
of the Dead with offerings and altars, most of Puebla’s
festivities are of a civic nature, such as the 5 de Mayo
Battle of Puebla, which features a military parade to
celebrate Mexico’s victory against the French Army. After
the parade, the city hosts a popular fiesta with regional
food and music. Another important celebration marks the
city’s founding, which takes place on April 16. It includes
ceremonies, artistic events, fireworks and rides. And of
course, there’s the Independence Day celebration on
September 15. During this time of the year, the streets are
adorned with red, white and green, the national colors. In
the Zocalo, the city’s main square, you will hear the famous
Cry of Independence. Later, the city’s restaurants, discos
and nightclubs come alive.
Puebla’s excellent cuisine, which is the result of a strong
culinary heritage, offers a wide variety of spices,
delicious dishes and sweets. During you visit, do not miss
out on Puebla’s tasty treats, such as the mole, made with
various spices and chili peppers. This is one of the state’s
most important dishes and it has become world famous.
Another regional favorite are the chiles en nogada (stuffed
peppers bathed in walnut sauce), which traditionally are
prepared in the months of August and September. Legend has
it that they were created to honor General Agustin de
Iturbide by mixing indigenous and mestizo ingredients, such
as chili peppers, castilla walnuts and pomegranate seeds.
Other foods that you must try are the gorditas, chalupas, el
pipian and maguey worms. You will also want to check out the
colorful selection of pastries and sweets at the bakeries
and candy shops. Some of the more popular sweets include
tortitas de Santa Clara, jamoncillos de mazapan and goat’s
milk, and delicious vanilla, pineapple and coconut yams.
In a city that offers so much culturally, it’s hardly
surprising that you will find numerous and diverse museums.
At these places you will learn about the history, traditions
and culture of the people of Puebla.
Regional Museum of Anthropology and History of Puebla:
Located at Centro Civico 5 de Mayo. The varied
collection in this anthropology museum includes objects,
sculptures, documents, photographs and armory, allowing you
to get a broad overview of the state’s cultural development,
from the pre-Hispanic era to the Mexican Revolution. The
museum also has temporary exhibits, a library and a
bookstore. Open Tuesday through Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to
Museum of Religious Colonial Art: Located on Privada
Gonzalo Bautista, in the Ex-Convent of Santa Monica. This
museum houses interesting religious art from the colonial
era, including oil paintings, cult objects and old furniture
from this convent and from the Santa Rosa and Las Capuchinas
convents. Open Tuesday through Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to
Museum of Art Jose Luis Bello y Gonzalez: Located at
408 5 de Mayo. This museum has 15 showrooms with permanent
art exhibits, featuring paintings, Mexican furniture,
Talavera ceramics, local marquetry, majolica pottery, water
color paintings on rice paper, a 17th century organ and a
vertical English piano which was found at the beginning of
the 18th century, among other displays. Open Tuesday through
Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Museum of Popular Art Poblano: Located at 301 14
Poniente, in the Ex-Convent of Santa Rosa. Each of the six
showrooms at this museum represents distinct regions in the
state, with a permanent collection of crafts on display. Do
not forget to check out the regional cuisine of Puebla
exhibit, which was modeled with tiles, furniture and
utensils from a different era. Open Tuesday through Sunday
from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Among the street stalls, plazas and markets, you will find
everything you need to decorate your home with antiques,
rustic furniture and delicate Talavera pottery. You will
find these items at the Callejon de los Sapos, El Parian
market and La Victoria market. At these places you will also
find silver, paper crafts, regional toys, local sweets and
much more. In addition, Puebla has modern malls and plazas,
such as Angelopolis, Plaza Cristal, Loreto and Centro
Comercial Milenium, where you will find quality stores and
modern facilities meeting all your needs.
AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION:
Puebla has one of the most important and spectacular zoos in
the nation. You will have a fascinating experience there
largely because you are permitted to have direct contact
with the animals that run free in the park. You can also
have a great time at Puebla’s thermal water swimming
Parque Zoologico Africam Safari: Located at Km 16.5
off the Capitan Carlos Camacho Highway. This is the ideal
spot to observe flora and fauna. It has more than 400 native
plant species and more than 1,500 animals that run free,
including antelopes, bison, bears, lions, giraffes, rhinos,
hippopotamus and chimpanzees. There are also special
attractions, such as a bat cave, a botanical garden, a
butterfly sanctuary and a camping area. Open daily from
10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Agua Azul: Located at 5117 Prolongacion 11 Sur, at
Calzada Mayorazgo. This swimming resort with thermal waters
has eight pools, one of which comes complete with waves and
a wading pool. The beautiful recreational areas offer
basketball courts, soccer fields, front tennis courts and a
children’s play area. In addition, this place provides
dressing rooms, showers, saunas, a restaurant and bar,
restrooms and a sporting goods store. Open daily from 7:00
am. to 6:00 p.m.
Puebla has various nightspots where you can have drinks
while enjoying food and conversation. Here you will also
find many options if you’re looking for a younger party
scene. At these places you will hear all kinds of music that
will keep you dancing all night. We recommend that you visit
the bars, restaurants and nightclubs in the downtown area.
ENTERTAINMENT AND SPORTS EVENTS:
Among the most important events carried out in Puebla are:
the Festival del Chile en Nogada, which takes place in
August; and the Poblana National Fair, an industrial,
agricultural, commercial and crafts expo held in April and
May, which includes various cultural and artistic events.
Also of interest is the Festival of Mole Poblano, which
takes place every Sunday in June, at the Analco esplanade.
The Palafoxiana Festival is an international cultural event
that is celebrated on weekends, from the last Friday of
September to November. During that period, you can enjoy
dance and theatrical performances, live music, conferences,
as well as art, photo and sculpture exhibits. In addition,
throughout the year you can attend all kind of cultural
events at the following places:
Theater Principal: Located on 8 Oriente, at 6 Norte.
Built in the 18th century, this is one of the oldest
theaters in the Americas. The façade has two main bodies
separated by a cornice and a large balcony with a window.
The tympanum depicts legendary theatrical figures. The large
stage has an orchestra pit and you will find the theater’s
Auditorium Reforma: Located at Centro Civico 5 de
Mayo. This modern building stands in contrast to the
architecture of Loreto and Guadalupe. The design includes an
impressive metal cupola and inside you will find a
magnificent facility to attend civic and cultural events.
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