The great state of Aguascalientes offers multiple tourist attractions for all visitors. Here are some of the most popular activities and attractions: SAN MARCOS NATIONAL FAIR This ancient mining city is now known for hosting Mexico's most famous fair: Feria Nacional de San Marcos. Cockfights, concerts, art exhibits and even the National Poetry Award are part of the activities offered during this great annual event. The fair began during the Spanish conquest to attract new markets for the region’s agricultural and livestock products. At first it competed with other local fairs, but soon it stood out as the best in the country. That is when Ag ... Read more >>

In the beginning of the Spanish conquest the northern part of Mexico was known as Nueva Galicia ; Aguascalient ...

As a good representative of Mexican culture, Aguascalientes is indeed a land rich in traditions and festivitie ...

Livestock, agricultural and commercial exhibits are scheduled to take place as well as other activities such a...

According to the World Bank, in 2005 the state of Aguascalientes won first prize for being the best state in t ...

The state of Aguascalientes is located in the central part of Mexico, between the states of Zacatecas and Jali ...

With the purpose of supporting companies to turn Aguascalientes into a world class production and service cent ...

Ing. Luis Armando Reynoso Femat, Constitutional Governor of the State of Aguascalientes 2004-2010, was born on ...

In 2005, according to the latest census records, the states population reached 1’065,416 inhabitants, represen ...

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