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TOP SIGHTS IN CUAUTLA

Antigua Estación de Ferrocarriles (Former Railway Station)

The railroad station in Cuautla was inaugurated in 1881.

It was built on the grounds that previously belonged to the orchard of the Convent of San Diego and had significant activity during the Revolution with the Zapatista armies. It was here that Zapata received Francisco I. Madero in 1911.

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Ex Hacienda San Antonio Coahuixtla

Currently, only the ruins of this splendid hacienda can be observed.

Although not much remains, you can still appreciate the majesty of the building.

Emiliano Zapata also worked at this hacienda.

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Palacio Municipal (City Hall)

It was built in 1865 during the Porfiriato era.

Like several other buildings in Cuautla, it has a story to tell, as it witnessed the Siege of Cuautla and was set on fire during the revolutionary movement in 1910.

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Zócalo de Cuautla (Main Square)

Located in the center of Cuautla, it is a meeting place for locals and visitors.

It features a pleasant gazebo, and you can enjoy the shade of enormous laurel and palm trees.

 

3 Must See Attractions in Cuautla

Iglesia y Ex Convento de San Diego

El Acueducto (The Aqueduct)

Casa Museo Emiliano Zapata

WATER PARKS AND THE BEST CLIMATE

 

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