Gaze with Zacatlan Apples
Zacatlán de las Manzanas, Puebla
Pluma Hidalgo is a coffee-growing town nestled in the mountains. At the end of the 19th century there were about seven thousand people here, today only two thousand are clothed by the aroma of coffee.
VISIT THE HISTORICAL CENTER OF PLUMA HIDALGO
Begin your tour visiting the historic center. Take the aisles of the park and stop in front of its white kiosk with blue details. Admira the statue in honor of the father of Independence, the priest Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla. Get into the main church to admire the gaudy dresses of the saints in red and blue tones.
CONTEMPLATES THE STEP OF TIME IN PLUMA HIDALGO
Admire the clock installed in a tower Is an emblem that can be seen from various points in the community. Stop the time in your steps and enjoy the tranquility of the small town that beats to the rhythm of your heart.
ENJOY A SUNSET AT THE VIEWER
It goes up to the viewpoints to see the spectacle that appears between the mountains when the sun is merging with the sky and in an instant disappears marking the daily cycle of the days that arrive and the days that go away.
ENJOY THE CHILEAN RHYTHM
Enjoy a traditional tamale of mole in banana leaf while your ears are seduced with the music of wind with a rhythm of six eighths Feels the rhythms of the coast and admires a musical genre known as the Chilean The most famous piece of this genre is Pinotepa, a traditional anthem in all regions of Oaxaca that tells that it was music brought by miners from the Chilean basin and traditional meztizo music from the southern region of Mexico.
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