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Aguascalientes: A Colonial Place

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Aguascalientes City is the capital of the state of Aguascalientes in western central Mexico. Aguascalientes organizes the San Marcos Fair, the largest festival held in Mexico. This city has various wonderful museums and one of the country’s provincial theaters. For example, Morelos Theater is significant because of its historical role during the Mexican Revolution. Some places to the north of this city are Pabellon de Hidalgo, a town to go to The Museo de la Insurgencia, El Milagro de la Alameda, and San Blas Temple. Another town is Rincon de Romos where The State Fair is celebrated as well as craft and cattle exhibitions, regional dances, bullfights, cockfights, and large farms.

Another attraction is San Jose de Gracia that is the gateway to Sierra Fria, a natural preserve that has dwarf pine tress and a wide diversity of animals. The other place is Valladolid where you can find The Campestre Valladolid Ejidal Spa, a man-made lake to fishing and boating, a trailer park and camping facility. Today, Aguascalientes is a growing commercial and industrial center in the town known for its courageous bullfighters, fine wines, and calm weather. Besides, this place attracts tourists due to its thermal mineral springs, cultural sightseeing attractions, and its annual fair. Most of the beautiful sites may be visited in a relaxed walk from the city’s main square.

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