SANTA MARÍA TLAHUITOLTEPEC

SANTA MARÍA TLAHUITOLTEPEC

SANTA MARÍA TLAHUITOLTEPEC

In the heart of the mountains of Oaxaca, it is one of the most significant populations of the state, in terms of music and culture. Pulsating center of the most intimate affairs of Mixe peoples mixes and holder of the heritage and tradition.

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Textile Museum

Textile Museum

Textile Museum

In the year 2007 was inaugurated the Textile Museum of Oaxaca in what was part of the former convent of San Pablo dating back to the 16th century, but which suffered severe and consecutive damage by earthquakes that shake the city.

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FORMER convent of SANTO DOMINGO DE GUZMAN

FORMER convent of SANTO DOMINGO DE GUZMAN

FORMER convent of SANTO DOMINGO DE GUZMAN

"Oaxaca is the spiritual reserve of Mexico", because it is the depositary of the ancestral spirit force that comes from the very beginning of times and has been impregnated, not only in its monumental buildings, but primarily in the heart of the daily living of its people.

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THE SACRED JAGUAR MOUNTAIN. DAANY BEEDXE

THE SACRED JAGUAR MOUNTAIN. DAANY BEEDXE

THE SACRED JAGUAR MOUNTAIN. DAANY BEEDXE

Visiting Monte Alban is opening a door to our immense and wonderful ancient cultural heritage. It is to go to the depths of our being.

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Library for the blind "JORGE LUIS BORGES"


Written by Guillermo Marin on .

Under the auspices of the Institute of graphic arts of Oaxaca, the library for the blind "Jorge Luis Borges" project has been developed, says Freddy Aguilar, especially since Oaxaca is a State with numerous cases of blindness and there is very little attention from the education authorities.

For this reason they are creating a body of texts in Braille writing, which is a system of reading and writing by "touch" invented by French Louis Braille in the mid-19th century, that allows the blind to read and write by recognizing point arrays through the sensibility of their fingers.

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