Sabores de México
Salvatierra
Guanajuato 
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Located in the Southern part of the Mexican Bajío, a Magic Town, which is considered as the first city of the state of Guanajuato and that can be traced back to 1644, can be found among green prairies and the Lerma River.
Salvatierra was built mostly because of the congregation known as Carmelitas Descalzos, who saw the potential in the colonial rise of the city during the reign of Porfirio Díaz.
The Batanes Bridge, a bridge that crosses Lerma River, is known as the “devil’s bridge” because of a legend that has woven itself in the story behind the construction process; it is also called the Bicentenary Bridge.
The Founders Square is located at the central part of the city, making it easy for you to plan your tour from this spot since the main buildings surround this lovely location.
Hidalgo Market will transport you back to the year 1912, the year when it was founded, since it keeps providing corn, grains, meat, “corundas”, “ates”, “birria” and “gorditas” as it usually did back then.
On the other hand, the Niño de Praga Oratory   Read +
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