HIERVE EL AGUA (Water Boils)

HIERVE EL AGUA (Water Boils)

HIERVE EL AGUA (Water Boils)

Our old grandparents kept intimate dealings with the land. For them the earth was a living being that felt and loved them. They maintained a mother-children relationship. As all living beings, earth has parts more sensitive than others.

Unquestionably that in the valleys of Oaxaca emanates from the depth of its bowels, an energy that radiates to all living beings and connects with the sky. Ancestral divine and mystical bridge. Oaxaca is a place where earth and sky kiss. Hierve el agua is an essential place for this love affair between man, earth and the universe.

 

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THE SIERRA NORTE MOUNTAINS

THE SIERRA NORTE MOUNTAINS

THE SIERRA NORTE MOUNTAINS

The Sierra Norte, known as La Sierra Juarez, is a mountain range that runs parallel to the Gulf of Mexico, from the State of Nuevo Leon and as it narrows forms the waist of the nation in Oaxaca, almost joins with the Sierra Sur, mountain chain which runs down from Alaska parallel to the Pacific Ocean and in Oaxaca is called "Mixtec knot".

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Library for the blind "JORGE LUIS BORGES"

Library for the blind

Library for the blind "JORGE LUIS BORGES"

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.

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ATZOMPA THE NEW ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE

ATZOMPA THE NEW ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE

ATZOMPA THE NEW ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE

The valleys of Oaxaca are the spiritual of the Mexico reserve, because in her tectonic depths beats the flowered heart of our ancient grandparents, those who dedicated their lives, generation after generation, searching for spiritual transcendence of existence.

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OAXACA HOUSE OF CULTURE


Written by Guillermo Marin on .

One of the oldest houses of culture in the country. It was founded in the year of 1971. It is located in the former convent of our Lady of the seven princes or Los Angeles.

This imposing building, dates back to the beginning of the 18th century and was completed in 1781. It was created to receive indigenous maidens; however, earthquakes destroyed it and was abandoned for many years.

It was until the middle of the 1960s, that the building was rebuilt, first to house the School of Arts and Crafts and finally the House of Culture.

The former convent has two floors and patios; the Temple of Baroque style, has in its main altarpiece an image of the Virgin of Angels with the seven archangels: St. Uriel, San Rafael, San Miguel, San Gabriel, San Ragüel, San Yeudiel and San Baraquiel. It has a small chapel where the Blessed Sacrament is venerated.

 

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