Glorieta Juarez (Author: Gonzalo Hernández), San Luis Potosí

Glorieta Juarez (Author: Gonzalo Hernández)

Glorieta Juarez (Author: Gonzalo Hernández)

Articles for San Luis Potosí

The “Baluarte Bicentenario” Bridge in Mexico
The “Baluarte Bicentenario” Bridge (or Bicentennial Stronghold Bridge) is located in the mountainous area called "The Devil's Backbone" and is part of the works and memorials that Read More>>

The Monolith “Estela de Luz” in Mexico
The “Estela de Luz” (Stele of Light) Monolith is a monument created to commemorate the Bicentennial of the Independence of Mexico. This monument has been established as a Read More>>

The 5 safest cities in the country of Mexico
Several foreign and domestic agencies such as the International Living magazine, the Coparmex, ICESI, and the National Public Safety Secretariat, among Read More>>

5 places to go when visiting the Federal District in Mexico
During a trip to Mexico City there are certain points, places and things that you must not miss if you want your visit to be recreationally productive. I would like to point out that the following list Read More>>

Mexicans amongst the millionaires’ world lists
The financial magazines Forbes, Fortune, Expansion, and others whose mission is to disseminate financial information about companies, businesses and wealthy people, have had Read More>>

5 museums that are a must, when visiting Mexico City
The cultural offer in the city of Mexico is vast, and although there are many places you SHOULD see when visiting, the museums are worth Read More>>

The Manufacturing Process of the Mexican Tequila
One of the best known products that Mexico has given to the world is the tequila, a distilled alcoholic beverage with strong and sweet flavor that comes from the town of Tequila in Read More>>

Tequila National Fair in Jalisco, Mexico
Considered the Mexican alcoholic beverage by excellence, the tequila is such a delight to drink, that in the region where it was first made a festival takes place to honor it. This way, Read More>>

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The War of Reform, History of Mexico

Mexico’s War of Reform, also known as the Three Year War, occurred from December 17, 1857 to January 1, 1861. This armed conflict
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Day of the Dead Celebration in Pátzcuaro, Michoacán

The Day of the Dead in Mexico originated in the prehispanic era, ethnic groups such as the Mexicas, Mayas, Purépechas, Nahuas and
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The Worst Natural Disasters in Mexico during the last decades.

Climatic change is currently a recurrent topic. The phenomenon is the result of centuries of human activity, mainly the transformation and
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The Cristero War

The Cristero War is also known as Cristiada. It was an armed struggle between the Government and the Church from 1926 to 1929. If was fought
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The Great Mexican Painters

Mexican visual arts have been very fortunate and prolific, from the start of the 20th century painters, sculptors and even photographers, had the skill to interpret political,
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