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TOP SIGHTS IN TLACOTALPAN

Casa de la Cultura Agustín Lara

Its objective is to promote culture and the arts.

The cultural center offers workshops in dance and music, among others.

Location

Av. Venustiano Carranza s/n, Centro, Tlacotalpan, Ver.

Hours

Monday to Sunday from 9:00 to 19:00 hrs.

Iglesia de San Miguel Arcángel

This is the oldest church in Tlacotalpan, dating back to 1785. It is also known as the Temple of San Miguelito.

Its architecture is very unique, featuring a neoclassical facade with a wooden and clay tile roof. It has two bell towers, with one tower having two levels and the other having one.

 

Location

Av. Profesor Guillermo Pous Llinas No. 1, Centro, Tlacotalpan, Ver.

Mini Zoológico de Pio Barran Barteli

It is named after Pio Barran, who gained fame for taming crocodiles, as he was said to fight and train these animals.

Currently, it is a place dedicated to the rescue of animals, where you can observe turtles, crocodiles, raccoons, and a variety of birds. It also has an exhibition of different objects such as photographs, kerosene lamps, and weapons, to name a few.

 

Location

Av. Venustiano Carranza No. 25, Centro, Tlacotalpan, Ver.

Hours

Monday to Sunday from 9:00 to 19:00 hrs.

Museo Salvador Ferrando

The museum is housed in a typical 19th-century house in Tlacotalpan.

It exhibits furniture from the period, personal belongings, and various objects related to the renowned artist Salvador Ferrando, who dedicated himself to portraying the beautiful landscapes of the Papaloapan Basin in the 19th century.

Location

Alvarado No. 6, Centro, Tlacotalpan, Ver.

Hours

Monday to Sunday from 10:30 to 18:00 hrs.

Parque Hidalgo

It is a tree-lined square where locals gather, and occasional events take place.

In front of the park, you can see the Temple of the Virgin of Candelaria and the Museum.

This park, along with other places such as Plaza Bravo, Plaza de Doña Martha, and Alameda Juárez, are considered historical monuments.

Parque Zaragoza

Its main square has the peculiarity of having a marble floor.

It features a beautiful gazebo and is surrounded by some of the most beautiful buildings in this picturesque place.

It is a place to enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of the town and savor some local snacks such as corn on the cob and esquites (corn cups).

Teatro Nezahualcoyotl

This construction dates back to 1891 and was erected during the mandate of Porfirio Díaz. At that time, this city was one of the most important high ports, which favored commercial and cultural development.

In the 1990s, it was renovated and is currently considered another historical building of Tlacotalpan. It has a seating capacity of 508 and a cafeteria.

Location

Av. Venustiano Carranza esquina Santos Degollado, Centro, Tlacotalpan, Ver.

Templo de la Virgen de la Candelaria

This church dates back to 1779. The current church replaced a previous temple that was destroyed in a fire.

The architectural plan has a Latin cross shape and features a central dome. Its notable feature is the semi-circular vault made of coral stone.

The facade is in neoclassical style with two towers, one with three levels housing a clock, and the other with one level housing the bell tower. The interior is also in neoclassical style and houses the Virgin of Candelaria, the patron saint of Tlacotalpan.

Location

Frente al Parque Zaragoza, Centro, Tlacotalpan, Ver.

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