Huejotzingo

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Just 21 km from Puebla is Huejotzingo, a small town where one of the best preserved Franciscan ex-convents (declared a World Heritage Site) is located, that of San Miguel Arcángel, with the interesting Museum of Evangelization.

 

Huejotzingo is also known for the quality of its ciders, and for the interesting Carnival that it celebrates each year, with huehues - masked men and dressed in richly decorated clothes - that represent deafening battles with carabiners. In front of the ex-convent, the traveler can rest and have a bite to eat in a small pedestrian street occupied by cafes and restaurants.

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The municipality borders to the North with the Municipalities of San Salvador el Verde and Chautzingo, to the South with the municipalities of Tlatenango and Juan C. Bonilla to the West with the Municipalities of San Salvador el Verde and the State of Mexico, and to the Northeast with the municipality of San Martín Texmelucan.

 

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Huejotzingo is also known for the quality of its ciders, and for the interesting Carnival that it celebrates each year, with huehues - masked men and dressed in richly decorated clothes - that represent deafening battles with carabiners. In front of the ex-convent, the traveler can rest and have a bite to eat in a small pedestrian street occupied by cafes and restaurants.

SURROUNDING AREA


The municipality borders to the North with the Municipalities of San Salvador el Verde and Chautzingo, to the South with the municipalities of Tlatenango and Juan C. Bonilla to the West with the Municipalities of San Salvador el Verde and the State of Mexico, and to the Northeast with the municipality of San Martín Texmelucan.

 

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