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Tourism

  1. 1. Tourism The Temple of Snowcapped of Toluca Quetzalcoatl Nemesio Diez Stadium
  2. 2. The building originally housed the market in the city of Toluca, in style "Art Nouveau" its construction was started on February 22, 1909 in order to open in 1910 to commemorate and celebrate and dates of the Content of Independence. The building originally housed the market in the city of Toluca, in style "Art Nouveau" its construction was started on February 22, 1909 in order to open in 1910 to commemorate and celebrate and dates of the Content of Independence.
  3. 3. Functioned as "Mercado September 16" until 1975, with the Friday street market around the building that traditionally distinguishes Toluca today. It opened as Cosmovitral - Botanical Garden July 5, 1980, leaving the plastic work completed in 1990 with the placement of Vitroplafón
  4. 4. The Cosmovitral modules consists of 71 stained glass windows that add a whole stained glass 3000 m, regarded as one of the largest in the world.
  5. 5. It has about 500,000 pieces of tiny feet or sections 30.000 leaded glass, it took a total of 28 different colors of glass, this 80% import is: Italy, Germany, France, Belgium, Japan , Canada and the United States.
  6. 6.  Also know as Xinantécatl  It was declared a national park in 1937. It has 4.558 meters high above sea level.
  7. 7. One feature that distinguishes this from other volcano in Mexico, is the fact that the crater has the shortcomings of the Sun and the Moon, two beautiful bodies of turquoise water . In which there have been some archaeological findings prehispanic sacred ceremonies were held in place.
  8. 8.  Situated on Calixtlahuaca on a large enclosed terrace, has been built over on several occasions. The rounded pyramid on four levels has a wide staircase and an altar.
  9. 9. The temple was consecrated to the wind god Ehécatl who was taken over by the Huastecs and then embodied by Quetzalcóatl. The Museum of Teotenango contains a statue of the god which was found here.
  10. 10. It was officially opened on August 8, 1954. A undergone several name changes over time: "Hector Barraza," "Luis Gutierrez Dosal", "Toluca 70", "Toluca 1970-1986", "La Bombonera" and finally "Nemesio Díez Waters."
  11. 11. Home of the "Red Devils" of Toluca. A team from the Mexican first division soccer.

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