About Aguascalientes city

aguascalientes Mexico
Aguascalientes is home to the José Guadalupe Posada museum and the magnificent Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe. The city was born out of four original neighborhoods. Guadalupe was where most travelers stayed on their way to Mexico City, and has some of the most beautiful cemeteries in Mexico. Triana, named after the locality in Seville, Spain has the most Spanish and Arab influence in its architecture, and is the oldest neighborhood in the city. Also, La Salud was intended to be a great convent complex, but it was never completed; only the church, cemetery and square remain lined in colonial-style stone city streets. The San Marcos district is where the fabled San Marcos Fair has been celebrated for hundreds of years, and is noteworthy for its neoclassical garden and baroque church.

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