San Miguel de Allende
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This is a colonial beauty, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008, and was an important stop in the “silver route” between Zacatecas and Mexico City.
It is an important place.
Buildings from the 17th and 18th century stand today in great repair, making up its inimitable Historic Downtown.
These buildings, along narrow cobbled streets, tree-lined patios, and intricate architectural details with luxurious and comfortable interiors, make San Miguel de Allende one of the most beautiful cities in all of Mexico.
San Miguel de Allende, along with the Sanctuary of Jesus of Atotonilco (also a World Heritage Site), is one of the clearest expressions of the evolution of varied tendencies and styles in religious and civil architecture: from the baroque to the neo gothic of the late 19th century.

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