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Places to visit in Oaxaca
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Av. Morelos No. 503, Centro Histórico. Oaxaca, Oax.
The Rufino Tamayo Museum of Mexican Pre-Columbian Art was opened on January 29, 1974. It is a testimony to the importance and value of pre-Columbian mexican art. As a young man, Tamayo became interes...
Av. Morelos esq. Pino Juárez, Zona Centro
The church of Nuestra Señora de Las Nieves was built at the end of the 17th century. Before being dedicated to Santa Maria de las Nieves, it was adjunct to the Santa Maria la Mayor in Rome by d...
Independencia esq. Armenta y López, Zona Centro.
Construction of the magnificent Teatro Macedonio Alcala began in 1903, was completed in August of 1909, and was inaugurated on September 5 of that same year. The theater formerly worked under the name...
Andador Turístico Macedonio Alcalá No.200, Zona Centro
The Biblioteca Publica Central building dates back from the early 19th century, when it was acquired privately, for the purpose of forming an elementary school for girls. For this purpose, Bishop Eulo...
Armenta y López esq. Guerrero, Zona Centro
Shortly after settling in Oaxaca, the Augustinians began building the Templo de San Agustin around 1580, which was consecrated in 1586. The monastery apparently was completed in 1699, according to an...
Places To visit
- The Virgen of Assumption Cathedral
The first seat of the episcopal church itself, was started in 1535 upon the insistence of the Bishop
- El Llano Park
The Parque El Llano is one of the main parks in Oaxaca where families like to come and pass time. It
- The Great Tree of Tule
This tree is a very special one! This giant stands proudly in Santa María del Tule, a small t
The must see
- About Oaxaca City
The unforgettable city of Oaxaca is the cradle of a multicolored culture with continual fascinating
- The San Pablo Apostol Church
Located inside the archeological zone of Mitla, the Temple de San Pablo Apostol was erected over a p
- The Tule Tree
The Santa Maria del Tule Tree, is recognized by the SEMARNAP (Environment, Natural Resources & F
- The Jalatlaco Neighborhood
This old neighborhood was inhabited by the pre-Hispanic tribes of the region before the arrival of t
- The Santo Domingo de Guzman Church
Perhaps one of the characteristic images of Oaxaca is a high majestic temple, with an atrium full of
- The Plaza of Dance
Right at the foot of the Cerro del Fortin (Fortin Hill), is a large quarry expanse, with tiered step