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Puebla, Puebla Mexico

Irving Sotelo Vélez


Just a short two hour drive to the east of Morelos you can find another one of Mexico’s historical filled cities inside the state sharing its name, Puebla de Zaragoza. Also known as “the city of angels”, or “Angelopolis” to its natives, due to its local legend of angels having a significant part in the creation of one of its most attractive sites, Puebla is a place filled with historical settings, delicious traditional cuisine, and incredible geological structures.

Even before entering its urban settings, an unavoidable sight is the mountanious formations on the outskirts of the city, the Iztaccihuatl and the Popocatepetl inside its national park bearing the same name, Mexico’s third and second most highest summits, respectively. Upon entering the city, you can find the “Star of Puebla”, a giant ferris Wheel with 54 gondolas set in an innovative plaza with shopping centers and modern architecture. With its creation dating back to the 17th century, another site to visit is its main cathedral that is found in its historical centre where many natives and tourists alike can be found taking a walk in its cobbled streets amongst its buldings made of bricks and tiles of various attractive colors, reminding everyone of its villa characteristics that date back to its initial creation in the early 16th century. Inside its metropolitan area can also be found one of the most earlist inhabited locations in the Americas, the town of Cholula. Here you may find its church with its tiled domes, the Santuario de Nuestra Señora de los Remedios, which was built on top of a great pyramid by the early spanish settlers in the 16th century, both a sight to see and explore.

Among some of its most palatable gastronomy is its sweets and pastries that are a delighted dessert along with its famous cuisine known worldwide. Its famous mole poblano with chicken is a must-try and its chile en nogada remains one of its most delicious dishes. A beverage to include is its rompope created by the early franciscan missionaries that arrived in the americas and made from ingredients that include milk, cinnamon, egg, sugar, vanilla, and an alcoholic mixture known as aguaardiente.

Popularly known as the Casa Azul (the ‘Blue House’), the Museo Frida Kahlo preserves the personal objects that reveal the private universe of Latin America’s most celebrated woman artist. The Blue House also contains some of the painter’s most important works: Long Live Life (1954), Frida and the Caesarian Operation (1931), and Portrait of My Father Wilhelm Kahlo (1952), among others.

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