Take a Photo Tour of Centro in Tequis
There are 10 neighborhoods in Tequisquiapan, Queretaro, that surround a central plaza in the downtown area. This area is known as Centro. There is a large plaza at it’s core, Miguel Hidalgo Plaza, where there stands the town’s principal church, Inglesia Santa Maria de la Asuncion. Surrounding the plaza is the Centro shopping and . . . read more
Life in Modern Tequisquiapan
Located in the Mexican Plateau on the southeast side of the Sierra Gorda, is the “Pueblo Majico” Tequisquiapan, Queretaro, or “Tequis” as known by the locals. An area of 344 square kilometers and nestled in a valley surrounded by mountain peaks, the land is relatively flat with rolling hills, and . . . read more
Back in Time with the Xajay Civilization
Imagine what it feels like to stand in the doorway of another time, to be standing in traffic lane of a major structure in a city built thousands of years ago, to feel the same rock under your feet . . read more
A Tour of Bernal and La Peña de Bernal
Twenty one miles north of Tequis, lies a small colonial village founded in 1642, called Villa de San Sebastian Bernal, or simply Bernal. Many of the original . . . read more
Dia de los Muertos in Tequis
Dia de los Muertos, for most Mexican families, is a very somber day of remembrance. It is the day they clean and repair the grave sites of their dead, and many families will spend the entire day at the cemetery, bringing food and sometimes music to the event. But several years ago, . . . read more
Escape to Tequis: For a day. For a year, Forever!
A Letter From Santa
Hola Tequisquiapan! This is Santa Claus. As you know, I am preparing for my great...
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