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Portal Hidalgo

The portal located in front of the main side of the Cathedral was formerly known as the Audiencia and has existed since the early years of the city's foundation. Its main centers of power were established there, including the town council house, the public hearing house, and the jail.

The royal houses were also located there, which were occupied by viceroys during festivities. At the end of the alley that divides the portal into two sections, the old granary (alhóndiga) was located.

Portal Iturbide

This portal is located on 16 de Septiembre Avenue and was known as the Boda Portal, and later as the Iturbide Portal. This is where the merchants were situated.

One of the city's first printing presses was established there, as well as the first parish church of Puebla, which was located in the middle of the block. The church was closed and the space sold when the Major Church or first cathedral was built.

Los Portales

Portal Morelos

It is located in front of the Iturbide Portal, across from the Zócalo. In 1689, it was named Portal de las Flores (Flower Portal), which became the ideal place for selling flowers and plants. Later, it became known as the Morelos Portal.

Currently, all three portals have restaurants with outdoor seating.

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