Alejandro:La Catedral de Puebla is the most representative monument of this city. At the beginning of the "La ciudad de los Angeles", the construction of a cathedral was not contemplated, because the diocese's headquarters was in Tlaxcala. It was until 1535 when the then bishop, Fray Julián Garcés, decided to change the headquarters to this city.
Alejandro:The Museo Amparo is a private institution founded in memory of Amparo Rugarcía de Espinosa in 1991 by Manuel Espinosa Yglesias and his daughter Ángeles Espinosa Yglesias Rugarcía through the Amparo Foundation, with the commitment to conserve, investigate, exhibit and disseminate pre-Hispanic art, viceregal, modern and contemporary of Mexico.
Alejandro:The Casa de Alfeñique is a Puebla Baroque style building that was built in 1790. Its architectural elements were applied by Antonio de Santa María Incháurregui, commissioned by the master blacksmith Juan Ignacio Morales. It ceased to be a home in 1896, after the departure of the family of Alejandro Ruiz Olavarrieta.
Alejandro:The Museo de la Evolución Puebla ranges from the history of the cosmos to the geological eras of the Earth, through the Big Bang and the creation of the human being. It is a venue that specializes in our evolution and everything that surrounds us.
Alejandro:In 1911, the new President of the Republic, Francisco I. Madero, would stay in this building as a tribute to Aquiles, Carmen and Máximo Serdán, precursors of the beginning of the Mexican Revolution; later in 1913 the sisters decided to live in Mexico City, so it was used as "Camoterias".
Alejandro:The tunnels are 10 kilometers long but only 10% have been explored. Investigations into the construction of the intelligent corridor system have dated them at different stages, starting from the 18th century to the 19th century.
Alejandro:The construction of this temple began in the 2nd century BC. and it is believed that it ended between 900 and 1100 AD. Upon the arrival of the Spaniards it was found abandoned and with the appearance, which to this day, a small mountain.
Alejandro:The southern Mexican station was built towards the end of the 19th century and closed its doors in 1920. La del Mexicano continued to provide passenger and cargo service until 1946 and a year later it was acquired and reopened by the Mexican government. From 1960 it was dedicated exclusively to passenger traffic and in 1974 it stopped working. The construction then fell into disrepair and its deterioration was increasing. The museum was inaugurated on May 5, 1988.
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Catedral de Puebla
Museo del Alfeñique
Museo de la Evolución Puebla
Historic area of Los Fuertes
Museo Regional De La Revolución Mexicana Casa De Los Hermanos Serdán
Tunel Secrets Puebla
Museo Nacional De Los Ferrocarriles Mexicanos
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