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Cosala is a Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) that retains a unique cultural and historic identity. Its picturesque landscapes and charming colonial past distinguish the town.
CHAPELS, TEMPLES AND CONVENTS
Experience the magic and appreciate the sacred art when you visit the oldest site, the Chapel of the Virgin of Guadalupe. Enter the Jesuit Convent, the Franciscan Convent and the Church of Santa Ursula, before finally visiting the Church of San Francisco Javier.
PLAZA DE ARMAS
Walk through the historic center of Cosala, and have some ice cream while sitting in front of the Plaza de Armas. Appreciate the history and architecture that surrounds the plaza.
ART AND CULTURE
Visit the History and Mining Museum and the Cosala House of Culture, which was founded in 1970 as a place for artistic and cultural exhibitions. Walk through the Federal Palace, visit La Chinche and enjoy the colonial corner known as Callejon Luis Perez Meza.
MYTHS AND LEGENDS
Ask a guide or local resident about the legends and myths of the town and learn about its interesting past.
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