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The Faro Venustiano Carranza in neoclassical style, is an architectural work planned and carried out in 1902 by two engineers, Salvador Echegaray and Lattine. This lighthouse together with the...
Today, Carnival begins on what is called ’Martes de Carnaval’, which according to the liturgical calendar is calculated 8 days before Ash Wednesday. It begins with a children’s par...
The Museo Historico Naval de Veracruz was occupied by the former Heroica Escuela Naval Militar for approximately 55 years, and was a silent witness to the abusive invasion of the United States ...
Interesting promotional documentary about the state of Veracruz, the state which produced one of the most talented actresses from the country, Salma Hayek. This documentary presents us with beautifu...
In 1518 the Spanish captain Juan de Grijalva arrived to the small island that was called San Juan de Ulua. Afterward, on the beaches that were found on the small island, La Villa Rica de la Ve...
Places To visit
- Veracruz’s Zocalo- The Main Square
The architecture of Veracruz unfolds in a variety of styles where the colonial past and the modern a
- Veracruz Photographic Library
The Fototeca de Veracruz is located in the famous Portal de Miranda, and opened on November 27, 1998
- The Diver
El Buzo is a bronze sculpture created by artist Humberto Peraza Avila, inaugurated on March 6, 2002.
The must see
- Veracruz Naval Historical Museum
The Veracruz Naval Academy was founded on the grounds of the Old Hope School, a building later occup
- Atarazanas Cultural Center
The word ‘Atarazanas’ comes from Arabic and means artillery warehouse or arsenal. They b
- Sand Sculptures in Veracruz
The Malecon of Veracruz City (The Boardwalk) is the perfect place for fun, and all kind of events li
- Carnival in Veracruz
Today, Carnival begins on what is called ’Martes de Carnaval’, which according to the
- The Wall of Citizen Values
The Wall of the Citizen Values, also known as the Plaza of Values, is located on Boulevard M. Avila
- Welcome to Veracruz ( Part 2 )
In 1518 the Spanish captain Juan de Grijalva arrived to the small island that was called San Juan