Surround yourself with historic buildings, beautifully framed by Cerro Cabezón.
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Instead of a gazebo, the Main Square features a central fountain accompanied by palm trees and an araucaria. This park is lined by the orange buildings with their porticos that set the scene for the town’s life to transpire. There’s the Town Hall and the Sagrado Corazón de Jesús Church. A fire in 1955 resulted in the church’s wooden ceiling being replaced by a barrel vault. Those looking to the altar for solace will find it in the resplendent image of the Sacred Heart. Beyond, the Cerro Cabezón—the exposed limestone mountain after which the town is named, rises among the clouds.
Zocalo De Tlatlauquitepec, Avenida Revolución, Centro, Ciudad de Tlatlauquitepec, Puebla, MéxicoSee map