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Tizoc Location

Huauchinango

Tizoc: Amor indio (1956) was one of the films during the great Mexican golden cinema era and one of the most famous in the artistic careers of María Félix and Pedro Infante. The scenery of the film that won a Golden Bear at the VII Berlin Festival and five Ariele awards, it is located in Tenango de Flores, a municipality belonging to the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Huauchinango, Puebla.

The house is located on the banks of the Tenango lagoon, an arm created by the current of the dam that bears the same name. The boat rides make the obligatory stop to see the stone walls. Next to it is the poplar tree where Pedro Infante cried in the movie.

The villagers have kept the tree intact, which is nine meters high (almost 20 feet) and 1.24 meters (4 feet) in diameter. The poplar tree may be famous for a movie, but its importance lies in that it only blooms from December to May, and then brings the fruit known as monosperma.

En la explicación que se hace frente al árbol de “Tizoc”, se descubre que es de origen africano y que tiene una edad superior a los 60 años.

In the explanation given of the “Tizoc” tree, it is discovered that it is of African origin and that it is older than 60 years.

Now you know, if you are a fan of Mexican cinema, this is an attraction that you should not miss when you visit Huauchinango.

Tizoc: Amor indio (1956) was one of the films during the great Mexican golden cinema era and one of the most famous in the artistic careers of María Félix and Pedro Infante. The scenery of the film that won a Golden Bear at the VII Berlin Festival and five Ariele awards, it is located in Tenango de Flores, a municipality belonging to the Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) of Huauchinango, Puebla.

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The house is located on the banks of the Tenango lagoon, an arm created by the current of the dam that bears the same name. The boat rides make the obligatory stop to see the stone walls. Next to it is the poplar tree where Pedro Infante cried in the movie.

The villagers have kept the tree intact, which is nine meters high (almost 20 feet) and 1.24 meters (4 feet) in diameter. The poplar tree may be famous for a movie, but its importance lies in that it only blooms from December to May, and then brings the fruit known as monosperma.

En la explicación que se hace frente al árbol de “Tizoc”, se descubre que es de origen africano y que tiene una edad superior a los 60 años.

In the explanation given of the “Tizoc” tree, it is discovered that it is of African origin and that it is older than 60 years.

Now you know, if you are a fan of Mexican cinema, this is an attraction that you should not miss when you visit Huauchinango.

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