PUENTE DE BUBAS1
PUENTE DE BUBAS1

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Puente de Bubas

The Bubas Bridge was discovered in 1999.

It was a surprise to find an intact bridge while carrying out public works in the area. Efforts were made to preserve it, and currently, about one-third of the bridge can be seen as a tunnel, as Boulevard 5 de Mayo runs above it.

The tour begins with the "Secrets of Puebla" room, where you can watch a video that tells the transformation of Bubas Bridge and narrates some legends and stories of Puebla.

In the second room, there is a mural called "The Two Pueblas" depicting the difference between the Spaniards and the indigenous people.

On the second floor, you'll find the Water Museum, which exhibits some of the objects found during the construction work and visual material that tells the history of the San Francisco River and its importance to the city.

The third floor features an attractive viewpoint and the city's coat of arms.

Puente de Bubas

Location

Av. 2 Oriente, esquina Boulevard 5 de Mayo, Puebla, Pue.

Hours

Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 16:00 hrs.

A UNESCO WORD HERITAGE SITE, ENCHANTING COLONIAL ARCHITECTURE AND TANTALIZING CUISINE

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