Charming sites of Morelia, Michoacán, Mexico
The objective of this communication is to contribute culturally to the V International Scientific-Professional Congress of Cultural Tourism of Córdoba, Spain, and to share, on this occasion, some of the sites with singular charm of the city of Morelia, Michoacán, Mexico, as they are : The Aqueduct, The Old Palace of Justice, the Public Library of Morelia, the Alley of Romance, the Morelia Cathedral, the Fountain of the Tarascas, the Fray San Antonio de San Miguel Causeway, House of Culture and the Historical Center of Morelia, Cultural Patrimony of the Humanity, to mention only some.
The city of Morelia, spirit of Old Valladolid, is preserved to this day, it is a place of recreation and recreation, largely for its architectural beauty, for example, the historic Center of Morelia has been recognized among more than 200 cities of the world recognized by UNESCO as Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Thus, each of the sites of Morelia that are mentioned in this article, are distinguished by their special architecture and beauty that are worth sharing to consolidate this historic city, strong of ancestral heritage and as an important cultural focus of Mexico, of Latin America , hoping that this is a formal invitation for other countries to know these sites.
Secretaria de Turismo del Morelia, Mich., Autoría: Coordinación de Asesores del Secretario de Turismo Turismo 2040, política turística de estado, 5 Objetivos de Política
Pública, Impreso en México / Printed in México
CONACULTA, INAH, Gobierno del estado de Michoacán (2000). Guía turística arquitectónica de la ciudad de Morelia. INAH. ISBN 970-18-3267-1.
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