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Tehuacán (from the Nahuatl "teo" = God, "hua" = possessive, "can" = place, ie "place of the gods")
Tehuacan is located in the southeastern part of the state of Puebla, bounded on the north Tepanco Lopez, Santiago Miahuatlan, Nicolás Bravo, and Vicente Guerrero, east to Vicente Guerrero, San Antonio Ajalpan Canada and south to San Gabriel Chilac, Zapotitlan and Altepexi and west Zapotitlan, Atexcal San Martín, Juan N. Tepanco Mendez and Lopez.
Mineralogy museum The museum was open to the public on 31 July 1998 and represents the dream of a scientist materialized and the illusion of one of colors and forms to visit the museum. The creator, a man of great erudition winner of the Carnegie medal granted by the Smithsonian Institute of Washington, discoverer of two Mexican Malpimita minerals and the humanist Ojuelaita, advance for a long time we opened the door of the knowledge and the conscience of the raw material around us and forms: minerals
Municipal palace Formerly known as "the house of the high", it was built in the year 1804 by mr. Don Domingo Apresa; and was considered in the city as the first building particular, double deck.
Cathedral On 21 August 1724 during the holidays to celebrate the 203 years of the fall of Tenochtitlan was posted the first stone and by the commitment to the people of the city, four years later was already completed its cover principal framed by the towers of renaissance. More than 130 Los Angeles decorate the church. Is located in 1 East and 2da. Morelos. Religious building from the 18th century, dedicated to Our Lady of the design, presenting the characteristics of Baroque architecture, Neoclassical and style Herreriano in the interior.
Tehuacan Valley Museum Museum of the National Institute of Anthropology and History is a part of the ex convento del Carmen, top of which is the house of culture and the city library. In its wings is displayed a showcase of findings prehispanic as pots, dishes, beaded collars, grinding stone and human remains of skeletons. Its walls hang maps and illustrations to synthesise a history of nearly ten thousand years. There we can pick up the relevance of coxcatlán Viejo, one of the seigniories that flourished for the 21st century XV. We can also have an idea of the caves, archeological sites of the valley, apart from a number of ruins of pirámides, which are currently visited almost exclusively for
archaeologists. As calipan, in the village of the same name, Sansuantzi in coxcatlán, Cúcuta in zapotitlán, Tepetiopan, near Tepanco, and Tehuacán Viejo only 5 km ago from Tehuacá n.
The mixture of wheat flour, shortening, milk, egg, brown sugar andhoney, resulting in 78 years ago a nutritious cookie muégano now known as, well as for its taste like friends and strangers and has become Tehuacán typical sweet, building a regional tradition that has been transferred at least four generations. Hip Mole The Cultural Ritual and Ethnic Festival Hip Mole, or killing, as it was known until 2005, is a tradition that began in the early seventeenth century, a product of miscegenation between the Spanish and the pre-Hispanic, derived from practice and livestock farm, which was introduced in America by the Spanish people, pervading the customs of the Middle Ages, did not exist in our nation. The characteristic flavor of the dish is the meat of the goats that are taken for a ride a year grazing throughout the regions of the stateand northern Mexico cattle fed only with grass in the region andavoiding large amounts of salt at all costs that the animals drinkwater and stay hydrated only by those who provide them with the vegetables consumed. In practice this type of breeding you getmeat from a strong and
distinctive taste with which they dishes. The meat is used all
Pan de burro
In this city there is the traditional pan de burro, which is a round loaf,made with lard large which is trademark the silhouette of a donkeymarked in bread
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