Tequila, Jalisco

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Santiago de Tequila is a town and municipality located in the state of Jalisco about 60 km from the city of Guadalajara. Tequila is best known as being the birthplace of the drink that bears its name, “tequila,” which is made from the blue agave plant, native to this area. The heart of the plant contains sugars and had been used by native peoples here to make a fermented drink.

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Tepoztlán, Morelos

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Tepoztlán is a town in the Mexican state of Morelos. It is located at 18°59′07″N 99°05′59″WCoordinates: 18°59′07″N 99°05′59″W in the heart of the Tepoztlán Valley. The town serves as the seat of government for the municipality of the same name. The town had a population of 14,130 inhabitants, while the municipality reported 41,629 inhabitants in the 2010 national census.

The town is a popular tourist destination near Mexico City.

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Tepotzotlán, México

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Tepotzotlán is a city and a municipality in the Mexico state of Mexico. It is located 40 km northeast of Mexico City about a 45-minute drive along the Mexico City-Querétaro at marker number 41. In Aztec times, the area was the center of a dominion that negotiated to keep most of its independence in return with being allied with the Aztec Triple Alliance. Later, it would also be part of a “Republic of the Indians,” allowing for some autonomy under Spanish rule as well.

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Tecate, Baja California

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Tecate (Spanish About this sound (help·info)) is a small city in Baja California, Mexico and the municipal seat of Tecate Municipality. It is located on the border with Tecate, California, United States in the San Diego–Tijuana metropolitan area. There is a small port of entry between the sister cities that serves as a calmer alternative to the bustling port of Tijuana. Although the city is only 64 kilometres (40 mi) from San Diego,

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Taxco, Guerrero

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Taxco de Alarcón is a small city and administrative center of a Taxco de Alarcón Municipality located in the Mexican state of Guerrero. Taxco is located in the north-central part of the state, 36 kilometres (22 miles) from the city of Iguala, 135 kilometres (84 miles) from the state capital of Chilpancingo and 170 kilometres (106 miles) southwest of Mexico City.

The city is heavily associated with silver,

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Tapijulapa, Tabasco

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Tapijulapa is a community in the municipality of Tacotalpa, Tabasco. It is a mountain community ninety km from the state capital of Villahermosa, named as a Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) for its white houses with red tiles roofs along cobblestone streets, along with abundant vegetation. Its main landmark is the town church called Santiago Apóstol (Apostle James) as well as an ecological park called Kolem Jaá,

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Tapalpa, Jalisco

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Tapalpa is a municipality and population of the state of Jalisco, Mexico . It is located in the Southern Region , approximately 118 kilometers from Guadalajara. Its name comes from the Otomi and means ” Place of Land of Color “, its territorial extension is of 442.15 km2. According to II Count of Population and Housing , the municipality has 16,057 inhabitants and is mainly engaged in the sector primario.2 It is considered by the Ministry of Tourism of Mexico as a magical town very similar to rural America for its beauty,

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Tacámbaro, Michoacán


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Tacámbaro is one of the 113 municipalities that make up the state of Michoacan de Ocampo , is located at the center of the state , in the coordinates 19º14 ‘north latitude and 101º28 ‘ west longitude , to a height of 1.640 meters above sea level. It limits the north with Santa Clara , Huiramba and Madero , east Madero and Nocupétaro , with Turicato south and west with Ario .

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Sombrerete, Zacatecas

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Sombrerete is the municipal head of the municipality of Sombrerete with a population of 19,353 inhabitants and 58.201 municipally found in the state of Zacatecas , Mexico . City Sombrerete is one of the most important cities culturally state being declared as the Magic Town 50th of Mexico , since it has a beautiful architectural richness , and many tourist sites in the city and the municipality ,

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Santiago, Nuevo León

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Santiago is a municipality located in the center of the Mexican state of Nuevo León. It is part of the Monterrey metropolitan area and its area comprises around 763.8 km². According to the 2005 census, its population is 37,886 inhabitants.

“La Boca” Dam, is one of the water reservoirs serving the metropolitan area, and is located within the municipality. “Cola de Caballo” is a famous waterfall and tourist attraction.

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San Sebastián del Oeste, Jalisco


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San Sebastián del Oeste is a town and municipality, located on the western part of Jalisco state, Mexico, The municipality of San Sebastián del Oeste borders the state of Nayarit to the north; to the south, the municipality of Mascota; to the east, the municipalities of Guachinango and Mascota; and to the west, Puerto Vallarta.

The city and municipality are served by an airfield.

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San Pedro Cholula, Puebla

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San Pedro Cholula is a municipality in the Mexican state of Puebla and one of two municipalities which made up the city of Cholula. The city has been divided into two sections since the pre Hispanic era, when revolting Toltec-Chichimecas pushed the formerly dominant Olmec-Xicallanca to the eastern side of the city in the 13th century. The new lords called themselves Cholutecas and built a new temple to Quetzalcoatl on the San Pedro side,

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Salvatierra, Guanajuato


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Salvatierra (Spanish About this sound (help·info)) is a Mexican city (and municipality) located in the valley of Huatzindeo in the lowlands of the state of Guanajuato. With an area of 507.70 square kilometres, Salvatierra accounts for 1.66% the total area of the state. It is bordered to the north by Tarimoro and Cortazar, to the south by Acámbaro and the state of Michoacán, to the west by Yuriria and Santiago Maravatío,

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Real de Monte, Hidalgo

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Mineral del Monte, commonly called Real del Monte or El Real, is a small mining town, and one of the 84 municipalities of Hidalgo, in the State of Hidalgo in east-central Mexico.

It is located at an altitude of 2,700 metres (8,900 ft). As of 2005, the municipality had a total population of 11,944.

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Real de Catorce, San Luis Potosi

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Real de Catorce, often shortened to Real, is a village in the Mexican state of San Luis Potosí and the seat of the municipality of Catorce. It is located 160 miles (260 km) north of the city of San Luis Potosí, and currently has a full-time population of under 1,000 residents. This ‘ghost-town’ in the high and dry expanses of northern San Luis Potosí state was once a thriving silver mining settlement.

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Pino, Zacatecas

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Pinos was founded on February 12, 1594 under the name of “Real of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception of Cuzco and Discovery Mining calling from Sierra de Pinos” and formed an important stage of Camino Real de Tierra Adentro, connecting the Mexico city Santa Fe, Its current name comes from the forests that covered the mountains and whose wood was used in the smelting of metals.

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Pátzcuaro, Michoacán

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Pátzcuaro es una ciudad del estado mexicano de Michoacán. En la antigüedad era parte del señorío de los Huacusechas, la tierra de los indígenas que los españoles llamaron tarascos y que ahora se denominan purépechas. Pátzcuaro se encuentra categorizado por la Secretaría de Turismo como uno de los Pueblos Mágicos. Es cabecera del municipio del mismo nombre. Sus principales sujetos o tenencias son Cuanajo, Tzurumútaro, Janitzio y San Juan Tumbio.

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Parras de la Fuente, Coahuila

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Parras de la Fuente or just Parras, is the county seat of the homonymous municipality in the Mexican state of Coahuila, located in the southeastern region of the state, its population is approaching 33 824 inhabitants, according to results of 2010 population and housing.

Its head was founded in 1598 being one of the first Spanish populations in the lagoon like Mapimí, the city is known for being where the first winery in the Americas was established,

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Papantla, Veracruz

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Papantla is a city and municipality located in the north of the state of Veracruz, Mexico, in the Sierra Papanteca range and on the Gulf of Mexico. The city was founded in the 13th century by the Totonacs and has dominated the Totonacapan region of the state since then. This is the home of vanilla, which is native to this region, the Danza de los Voladores and the El Tajín archeological site,

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