BIOSPHERE RESERVE : La Sierra Gorda Located north of the state, La Sierra Gorda is regarded as the most important natural reserve in all of Mexico. Its relevance lies in the magnificent diversity found across the 384,000 protected hectares shared by the states of Queretaro, Guanajuato and San Luis Potosi. The vast territory is home to an endless natural wealth, including 1,800 species of vascular plants, 131 types of mammals, 360 bird species and 71 types of reptiles, and that is just to name a few. Such an explosion of life occurs across diverse ecosystems within particular climatic areas found throughout the reserve. All major climatic conditions found in Mexico are also found within the limits of La Sierra Gorda, t ... Read more >>

The current territories of the state of Queretaro contain traces of cultures which inhabited the areas of San ...

Gastronomy in Queretaro is a clear expression of the fusion of two cultures, the indigenous pre-Columbian and ...

In the case of the state of Queretaro, the reserve spreads through the municipalities of Jalpan de Serra, Arro...

Manufacturing industry represents the largest economic activity in the state of Queretaro, as it contributes 3 ...

Extending throughout a territory of just 11,682 sq. kilometers, Queretaro is surrounded by neighboring states ...

The State of Queretaro belongs to El Bajio region; its production sectors are dedicated to agriculture, livest ...

Lic. José Eduardo Calzada Rovirosa was born on August 21, 1964. He has Business Management Degree from Univer ...

The state of Queretaro reports a population of roughly 1'600,000 inhabitants, an density of 120 persons per sq ...

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