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- Enjoy a Cultural Feast at 'The House of Crumbs' 1 week ago If the walls at La Casa del Mendrugo could talk, they’d probably tell more tales than most. The house, like many grand structures built in Puebla from the 16th to 19th centuries, is a study in local history. For example, Augustin de Iturbide reportedly stayed here on August 2, 1821. What sets...
- History Runs Deep in and Around Cuauhtinchán 3 weeks ago Cuauhtinch
- Coping With the Volcano: Popocatépetl Safety Tips 2 months ago Popocat
- Cinco de Mayo 2013: The Celebrations in Puebla 2 months ago Cinco de Mayo has come to represent a lot of things in the United States, from public demonstrations of Mexican-American pride to massive fiestas brought to you by beer and tequila companies. You can find colorful parades, street fairs, art exhibitions, and margarita-themed bar nights in scores of...
- Puebla's Museo Amparo Debuts Stunning Redo 2 months ago Puebla is a city of contrasts, and few places is this more evident than the newly renovated Museo Amparo. Since the private museum opened in 1991, it has ranked among the most distinguished in Mexico. Its impressive permanent collection of pre-Hispanic art (more than 1,700 pieces) and intriguing...
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