Mexico.- Mexico It is a tourist place par excellence, from different parts of the world they visit its beaches, Magic towns and cultural zones. Heritage Cities are a fundamental part of the country’s attractions.
The World Heritage Cities of Humanity They are spaces in Mexico that are considered a treasure for people; these are selected by the OUnited Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco).
To do this, you must have the necessary requirements, you must provide a scientific, technological and artistic asset to the world. In addition to having cultural, historical, archaeological attractions and many more.
Mexico is one of the few countries that have Heritage Cities and has a total of 14 They are from north to south.
According to the Visit Mexico page, the Mexican Republica is the fourth country to have the largest number of Heritage Cities, being surpassed by Spain, France and Italy.
However, it is the first place in America to have Heritage Cities named by the Unesco.
The first city to receive this appointment was Mexico City, with its Historical Center in the year 1987.
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The state capital of Michoacan, It is considered a Heritage City by the Unesco since 1991.
It stands out for the beauty of its Historic Center framed by pink quarry constructions with colonial touches and boasting some of its magnificent baroque buildings.
Considered the largest pearl of Veracruz, fIt was declared a Heritage City for its houses with large portals, curved red tile roofs, wide porches and warm colors illuminating its walls.
The declaration was obtained in 1998, for its Historic Center that harmoniously mixes Caribbean and Spanish styles. As well as for protecting in perfect conditions the facilities of a factory from the end of the 18th century.
One of the most famous cities of Guanajuato, adorned by neo-Gothic towers is the Parish of San Miguel Arcangelcarved in pink quarry.
As well as its cobbled streets with colonial mansions that were transformed into art galleries or museums.
The Historic Center of this city is also one of its greatest attractions, known as the “Green Antequera”, for its majestic green stone constructions.
Likewise, it is considered one of the most important destinations in Mexico due to its legacy cultural, artistic and gastronomic.
In 2010, San Luis Potosireceived the declaration of World Heritage, for its baroque architecture, which decorates the old mansions carved in pink quarry, which were part of the old Inland Royal Road.
Likewise, it was one of the first states recognized with the Appellation of origin regarding the preparation of mezcal.
Campeche stands out from the rest ofe Heritage Cities por be the only one walled city.
However, its architectural corners full of color are surprising, such as the 59th street.
Pueblain addition to being a heritage city, is also known as “the city of Los Angeles” by a heavenly court it was in charge of laying out its streets and placing the largest and heaviest bell in the cathedral.
In this city you will be surprised almost 365 baroque domes outlining the horizon.
This state contains two heritage cities, San Miguel de Allende and its capital, Guanajuato.
The city is important for its history, its streets and monuments that treasure the passages of the Independence of Mexico.
As well as for connecting with one of the most outstanding Spanish literary works of the 16th century: El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote of La Mancha.
The city of Queretaro It has an immense historical richness since it has witnessed different relevant events.
This beautiful city combines the provincial essence with a cosmopolitan reality, uniting nostalgia and future.
Known for her Colonial Historical Center, Zacatecas is a city with great architectural and natural jewels.
In addition to being one of the cities with the most museums in Mexico, its cathedral and its markets are worthy of admiration.
This town is famous for its chinampas and trajinera rides along its channels.
Xochimilco It is perhaps the last living link in the Aztec civilization, a meeting where past and present converge to show that history can continue to be written.
The capital of the country is one of the favorite destinations of Thousands of Tourists, its cosmopolitan character, cultural, gastronomic and entertainment offer, make it a megalopolis like few others.
Durango is famous for its relevance in the Mexico ofto Revolutionn, being one of the most important scenes of the exploits of Francisco Villa.
It also stands out for its true architectural gems in its Weapon Squares, its temples and its quarry buildings.
Queretaro dazzles again, now with San Juan del Río, an important part of the Inland Royal Road. To admire this city you can take a tour of its beautiful haciendas.
Everything can be felt in itto Independence Square, the first square and in which stands the Monument of Independence dating from 1868.