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Planetarium simulates a planetarium service station in outer space and offers great entertainment and learning through permanent workshops, interactive ..
The collection of the Museum of Evolution in Puebla City ranges from the history of the cosmos to the geological eras of the Earth, passing through the Big Bang ..
During the colonial era, Puebla was one of the most important cities in New Spain and the entire continent. Puebla still has many examples of architecture ..
The world of automobiles is of primary interest to you? Visit one of the most outstanding museums of Puebla, where you will find cars that left their mark ..
The Museo Amparo, located in the historic center of Puebla City, is one of the most important historical museums in Mexico. It was inaugurated in 1991 ..
It is considered the oldest theatrical space in Latin America and was inaugurated in 1761 with the staging of “Antes que todo es mi dama” by Calderón ..
This convent and its temple occupied two entire blocks and date back to 1629. This is one of the most besieged constructions in all the war conflicts that ..
Natural attractions are always a good recommendation to visit, and sometimes we can be surprised by the wonderful things that we can find in places that ..
The National Museum of the Mexican Railways (MNFM) is an exhibition space dedicated to studying, preserving, and disseminating the railway legacy based ..
On September 27, 1971, the China Poblana sculptural fountain was inaugurated in the roundabout of Puebla City where the Diagonal Defensores de la República ..
El Parián is Puebla’s largest traditional handcraft market. It is one of the most-visited tourist attractions of Puebla City. Located on the southeastern ..
The Museo Regional Casa de Alfeñique, also known as the Casa de Alfeñique, is a museum founded in 1926, located in the city of Puebla, in Puebla, Mexico. ..
The conventual temple of San Francisco is a religious temple of Catholic worship that belongs to the ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the Archdiocese of Puebla ..
The Zócalo is the main square of the city of Puebla. In the 20th century, this Main Square or Plaza Mayor was called the Main Garden, Central Garden, ..
The Municipal Palace of Puebla is the seat of the City Hall of the city of Puebla located in front of the Plaza Mayor of the Historic Center, a world heritage ..
The forts of Loreto and Guadalupe are old military buildings that originally were chapels built on top of an Acueyametepec hill. Later, at the beginning ..
The Puebla Cable Car is a tourist attraction in the city of Puebla. It is located in the area of the Forts, communicating the Exhibitor Center, whose ..
The conventual temple of Santo Domingo de Guzmán is a Catholic Church that belongs to the ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the Province of Santiago de México, ..
The Dean’s house is a historic building in the city of Puebla, which dates from the year 1563 but was occupied in 1580 (the date that is engraved ..
The House of the Dolls is a historical building considered one of the most notable examples of civil architecture in Puebla from the 18th century. It is located ..
The Biblioteca Palafoxiana is a library in Puebla City’s historic center, in the Mexican state of Puebla. Founded in 1646, it is recognized by UNESCO ..
Estrella de Puebla (“Star of Puebla”) is a touristic Ferris wheel located in Puebla. It was opened on July 22, 2013, by governor Rafael Moreno ..
Puebla Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church in the Historic Center, in the state of Puebla, Mexico. It is a colonial cathedral and is the see of the Roman ..
It’s no secret how cool Puebla is and the best way to get to know a city is through its neighborhoods. In Puebla’s neighborhoods, you will ..
In 1862, the French army, considered the most bloodthirsty and ambitious of that time, was defeated on May 5 in Puebla by a small Mexican militia. This ..
The name Cuexcomate is from the Nahuatl language and means “place to keep” or “warehouse”. The same word still designates artisanal ..
The Historic Monuments Zone of Puebla is an almost 7 km polygon that is considered the origin and historic center of Puebla de Zaragoza, the capital of Puebla ..
Mexico has more than a thousand museums, according to the Inegi and, in fact, Puebla ranks fourth, as it has 76 museums. This is a list of the most representative ..