Tlaxcala

LA MALINTZI NATIONAL PARK
Declared a national park in 1938, this park has the volcano Matlalcueyeti or La Malitzi. These natural resource forms 23% of state territory and supplies water to a great part of the state, which makes it very important to preserve it in good state of the existing ecosystem.

Inside the park there are rock climbing, camping, walks and excursions. Also IMSS offers mountain shelter with all the necessary services such as restaurants, lodging, supermarket, parking, sport facilities and antique stores, which support the development of the communiti

Tlaxcala History

Approximately 12 thousand years ago, the first settlers of Tlaxcala were noma...

Tlaxcala Culture

With great handwork and a vivid imagination, the craft workers of Tlaxcala fi...

Tlaxcala Travel

LA MALINTZI NATIONAL PARK
Declared a national park in 1938, this park ...

Tlaxcala Map
Tlaxcala Economy

The traditional agricultural economical activity of Tlaxcala has stepped forw...

Tlaxcala Geography

The smallest state, in territorial extension, of the Mexican Republic after t...

Tlaxcala Politics

The State of Tlaxcala is geographically located within the center-oriental regio...

Tlaxcala Government

Lic. Hector Israel Ortiz Ortiz, Constitutional Governor of the State of Talxcala...

Tlaxcala Demography

With a total population of 1,068,207 inhabitants according to the reported infor...

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