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Guanajuato city Featured Historic Town of Guanajuato and Adjacent Mines Print

Guanajuato city

Guanajuato, the capital of Guanajuato state, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a charming colonial era city situated in a picturesque valley surrounded by the Sierra de Guanajuato mountains. Guanajuato is nicknamed the place of frogs because the shape of its mountainous terrain is said to have resembled a frog to the citys early inhabitants. The region is known as the Bajio, or heartland of Mexico.Founded in 1559, Guanajuato is a former silver mining city and home to the La Valenciana mine.The historic center of Guanajuato has a distinct European flavor with hundreds of narrow cobblestone callejones (alleyways) running up and down the hillside. Shady plazas are dotted with sidewalk cafA©s, museums, theaters, markets and historic monuments. The buildings throughout the city are fine examples of neoclassical- and baroque style colonial architecture. An underground network of tunnels runs beneath the city helping to control the flow of traffic.Known as the birthplace of Mexican Independence, Guanajuato is an important stop along Mexicos Independence route

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Guanajuato underground city Featured Historic Town of Guanajuato and Adjacent Mines Print

Guanajuato underground city

Guanajuato, the capital of Guanajuato state, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a charming colonial era city situated in a picturesque valley surrounded by the Sierra de Guanajuato mountains. Guanajuato is nicknamed the place of frogs because the shape of its mountainous terrain is said to have resembled a frog to the citys early inhabitants. The region is known as the Bajio, or heartland of Mexico.Founded in 1559, Guanajuato is a former silver mining city and home to the La Valenciana mine.The historic center of Guanajuato has a distinct European flavor with hundreds of narrow cobblestone callejones (alleyways) running up and down the hillside. Shady plazas are dotted with sidewalk cafA©s, museums, theaters, markets and historic monuments. The buildings throughout the city are fine examples of neoclassical- and baroque style colonial architecture. An underground network of tunnels runs beneath the city helping to control the flow of traffic.Known as the birthplace of Mexican Independence, Guanajuato is an important stop along Mexicos Independence route

© ©fitopardo

Mexico, Guanajuato. Cityscape of Guanajuato, a UNESCO World Heritage site, with the Featured Historic Town of Guanajuato and Adjacent Mines Print

Mexico, Guanajuato. Cityscape of Guanajuato, a UNESCO World Heritage site, with the

Mexico, Guanajuato. Cityscape of Guanajuato, a UNESCO World Heritage site, with the Templo de San Diego in the foreground, next to the Jardin de la Union (main square)

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