Bustamante

Its foundation dates back to September 16, 1686, and was possible thanks to a group of 30 families of Tlaxcala Indians led by Melchor de Cázares, Francisco de la Corona, Blas Gregorio and Lucas Marcos. The population was founded with the name of San Miguel de Aguayo de la Nueva Tlaxcala taking advantage of the intermittent waters of what they called the Tlaxcala River from the legendary Ojo de Agua "San Lorenzo", and the enviable geographical position provided by the canyon and the Sierra de Gomas and Sierra Morena.

Its foundation dates back to September 16, 1686, and was possible thanks to a group of 30 families of Tlaxcala Indians led by Melchor de Cázares, Francisco de la Corona, Blas Gregorio and Lucas Marcos.

The population was founded with the name of San Miguel de Aguayo de la Nueva Tlaxcala, taking advantage of the intermittent waters of what they called the Tlaxcala River from the legendary Ojo de Agua "San Lorenzo", and the enviable geographical position provided by the canyon and the Sierra de Gomas and Sierra Morena.

In the 27th century, agricultural activities were accentuated, highlighting avocado and walnut production. Additionally, the production of mezcal was underlined. An economic activity that was consolidated was that of the production of fighting bulls, also a very Tlaxcala custom. It was elevated to the category of villa on February 1832, XNUMX.

Already for this century there was a railway and due to the nature of its geography, visitors began to multiply at the call of the beauty of its landscapes.

An exquisite baked kid is cooked, but the most typical is what is known as the "wrapped", which consists of "splicing" layers or beds of pieces of beef or veal, onion, tomato and chili. The set of ingredients is sewn with firewood inside a special steel disk that is permanently covered. Another classic stew is the wedding rice that is flavored with walnuts. The mezcal or brandy that has been produced by hand since the beginning of the XNUMXth century has export quality.