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Aguascalientes is the capital of the state of the same name. It was one of the strategic points in the union of Zacatecas and Guadalajara during colonial times. Currently, it is considered one of the cleanest cities in Latin America and is one of the most orderly and sustainable with great competitiveness and quality of life.
Aguascalientes is also a cultural destination, as it has a strong artistic tradition of vanguard whose main supporter is the Mexican painter Jose Guadalupe Posada, the creator of the iconic Catrina.
Jose Guadalupe Posadas and La Catrina. And to all this, who is La Catrina?
La Catrina was created by the painter, illustrator, and cartoonist José Guadalupe Posada.
She is the character most associated with the Day of the Dead and death in general in the country and is also one of the icons with which Mexico is known throughout the world.
The original version is a metal engraving created by cartoonist José Guadalupe Posadas, a native of Aguascalientes.
Wine Production in Aguascalientes.
Aguascalientes has the climatic conditions and an ideal height for growing grapes, that is why since its foundation it already had plantations that were growing in number and extension until reaching the second place in vine production in the country, being brandy the most produced drink in the State.
Although the Aguascalientes wine boom fell asleep for a time, as of 2005 the production of local wine has been given impetus again, producing various labels with varietals such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec, Parrellada, Blanc de Zinfandel, Syrah, Petite Syrah, Mourvedre, Nebbiolo, Garnacha Blanca, Touriga Nacional, Tempranillo, among others.
Currently, Aguascalientes has 205 hectares of wine grapes. There are 10 wineries and vineyards open to the public to provide tourist experiences, on this tour we will visit some of these wineries and taste the local wines.
The Broken Christ.
The monumental Cristo Roto, one of the five largest sculptures in Mexico, is located in the Magical Town of San José de Gracia, in the state of Aguascalientes. The image of this Christ has its origin in a story written in Seville by Ramón Cué Romano, a Jesuit priest born in the city of Puebla.
Calvillo magic town. The Guava Capital of the World.
Craving for something sweet, aromatic, and delicious? The capital Mundial de la guayaba (guava world capital) fulfills the expectations of those with a sweet tooth, but also of those who appreciate the picturesque charm of a colorful Pueblo Mágico (Magical Town) and the meticulous manual work of the artisans.
The prolific Valle de Huejúcar (Huejúcar Valley) -which used to be distinguished by having a good number of willows, as its name alludes to-it was the place where Creoles, Spaniards, mestizos, and also Frenchmen settled down and set up their farms to devote themselves to agriculture.
It was in 1771 when José Calvillo, owner of the San Nicolás hacienda, decided to donate to the community of Ojocaliente the land necessary for the foundation of the town of San José de Huejúcar. Years later, in 1848, the name of the village changed to Calvillo, in honor of his benefactor.
The production of guava plantations became the main sustenance of the community, something that continues to this day since the area is the largest producer of this fruit in the country. Thus, Calvillo is the best place to go if you have a craving for guava paste, jams, and all kinds of sweets that are made from guava fruit.