Fuente de los Conquistadores 1
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It was inaugurated in 1982.

In the same location where the fountain commemorating the 400th anniversary of the founding of Zacatecas used to be.

It is a baroque-style construction that seeks to pay homage to the discoverers of the Zacatecas mines.

The four sides of the carved quarry display the names and coats of arms of Diego de Ibarra, Juan de Tolosa, Baltasar Treviño de Bañuelos, and Cristóbal de Oñate. At the top, there is a quarry cross on a sphere.

Location

Entronque de Juan de Toloza, Centro Histórico, Zacatecas, Zac.

Fuente de los Conquistadores

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