Etiqueta: PUEBLA CITY

+89k people in Puebla City live in extreme poverty: Coneval

In Puebla City, there are 89 thousand 76 people living in extreme poverty, which places it as the eighth nationwide.

Casa de las Bovedas: art in Puebla

The mansion was the first Art School of Puebla, it was built more than 400 years ago and its located near of the Puebla's Zócalo.

Lourdes of Puebla Cave replicates virgin's sanctuary in Massabielle

Lourdes Cave is located in Los Fuertes de Loreto y Guadalupe hill, one of the most important touristic attraction in Puebla City. 

Tacos and family: enchiladas, quesadillas and tlayudas

There is a huge variety of the taco's family. The Tacopedia lists meals from the enchiladas up to the regional tlayudas. 

Presno House, a Porfiriato's gem

Due to its France architecture, the building was chosen to film Frida movie, performed by Salma Hayek, where presented an European building.

Spanish recipe, the secret of the Churrería de la Catedral

The "Antigua Churrería de Catedral" has made history through the time, due to its unique and original Spanish recipe, that has delighted many citizens in Puebla.

San Francisco Temple: First convent in Puebla

San Francisco Temple is linked with Puebla's origins, Friar Toribio de Benavente performed its foundation mass on April 16, 1531.

Esteban de Autuñano, industry mechanizer in Puebla

Esteban de Antuñano, from Veracruz, were born in 1792, however he worked in Puebla and was an industry pioneer in Mexico because of his textiles factories.

Jonotla, the mountain's heart

In Jonotla is the famous Peñon, one of the most representative sanctuaries of the Sierra, where people used to adore Tepeyolotli. 

Chalupas, panuchos and bocoles: Tacos' Vitamin T

Garnachas, peneques and salbutes: folkloric words that named many traditional food street. Corn and pork fat are essential these meals riche in vitamin T.

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