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Flood protector and a food provider for its people, the crater that was once called “Lago de Sangre” (Blood Lake) is located in the middle of volcanoes and mountains, where it remains guarded like an artificial lagoon that is said to be the first hydraulic labor of Latin America.
Yuriria is considered to be a Magic Town from the state of Guanajuato that, along with its lagoon called “La Joya” (The Jewel), has been declared as a protected natural site for being an artificial haven for migrating birds and fishing.
Within it, 10 islands formed among its region, which you can reach by boat so you can enjoy frog legs and “caldo michi”, fish prepared in different styles.
This beautifully shadowed city is painted by Ahuehuetes (a type of tree) that look upon the lovely temples surrounding the site from their imposing height.
At the “Sr.
de Esquipulas” Temple, which can be traced back to the year 1767, a ceremony is celebrated during the last Sunday of January, making the “Cristo Negro” Festival, originally from Guatemala, a must-see   Read +
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