Hidalgo Sightseeing & Monuments

Hidalgo Mexico | Real del Monte

Once the richest municipality in the state of Hidalgo, the town of Real del Monte offers visitors a quick look into the region’s mining heritage. Popular tourist attractions include Casas Quemadas where the battle of 1866 took place, Monumento al Minero or Monument to Mining in English and Museo de Medicina Laboral, a museum that […]

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Hidalgo Mexico | Tula Ruins

Spread over a vast area you´ll find the archeological site of Tula which is just outside the modern town of Tula de Allende. The largest cluster of ceremonial structures is nicknamed Tula Grande, while a smaller group is called Tula Chico. The site features a terraced pyramid, the towering Atlantes warrior statues, the Palacio Quemado […]

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Hidalgo Mexico | Huasca de Ocampo

Huasca de Ocampo is surrounded by forests and located near the former mining haciendas of San Miguel and Santa Maria Regla, Huasca de Ocampo. It is a tiny town with white houses, clay roofs and stone cobbled streets. The town’s name means happiness and is derived from the Náhuatl word Huascazaloyam and also blended with […]

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