Puebla

PUEBLA DE ZARAGOZA The historic district of this wonderful colonial city was listed as Cultural Patrimony of Humanity by UNESCO in 1987. Regarded as the second capital of the Nueva España, Puebla went through a building frenzy from the XVI century. Featuring unique architectonic qualities, the colonial buildings within the historic core display facades made of noble materials such as stone, brick and ceramic tile. Some locations are not to be missed, such as El Zocalo or main square, the Rosario Chapel, the Museum of Popular Arts, the Santo Domingo Church, the Amparo Museum, the Viceroy A

Puebla History

Traces of nomadic tribes which existed as far back as 12,000 years have been fou...

Puebla Culture

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Puebla Travel

PUEBLA DE ZARAGOZA The historic district of this wonderful colonial city was...

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Puebla Economy

The state economy of Puebla contributes with a respectable 3,7% of the national ...

Puebla Geography

The central state of Puebla is surrounded by neighboring states : Veracruz to th...

Puebla Politics

The State of Puebla is known for its natural resources, archeological sites, his...

Puebla Government

Lic. Mario Plutarco Marín Torres, Constitutional Governor of the State of Puebl...

Puebla Demography

The state of Puebla is ranked fifth within the Mexican nation in terms of popula...

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