Colonial Cities The cities I like are the Colonial, with its architecture, its history, legends and big cathedrals. In Mexico there are many cities with these characteristics.
Puebla <ul><li>Puebla is a city whit many history, the towers of the cathedral are the highest in the country. In Puebla, there are museums, parks, shopping malls and restaurants with typical food. </li></ul>
Morelia <ul><li>The Cathedral of Morelia is very similar to that of Puebla, but is built with pink stone and towers are smaller. This colonial city is one of my favorites. </li></ul>
Guanajuato <ul><li>The city of Guanajuato is best known for its museum of mummies and Cervantes festival. His church is very beautiful but the alley of the kiss is more famous and visited. </li></ul>
Church of San Miguel de Allende <ul><li>This church is not a cathedral but its Gothic architecture is very special to a colonial city. In San Miguel de Allende there are many stories and legends. </li></ul>
Zacatecas <ul><li>I don’t know the Cathedral of Zacatecas, but the colonial towns is famous for its architecture, I hope someday meet to discuss how it is. </li></ul>
Querétaro <ul><li>The Cathedral of Querétaro is a colonial style, this city is very beautiful and is known for being very clean. Here are parks very similar to those of Puebla. </li></ul>
Guadalajara <ul><li>This cathedral I don’t know, but it is also very famous as her mariachis. Guadalajara is one of the most important cities in Mexico. His favorite food is cake drowned. </li></ul>
México <ul><li>Mexico City is one of the largest in the world, its colonial architecture and its cathedral is the most famous and visited the country. Near the cathedral are the ruins of the mayor temple, now a museum. </li></ul>
www.visitmexico.com In Mexico there are many colonial cities and cathedrals, but they are some of the most important for me. I hope you enjoy this presentation and to visit some day.
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