Michoacan Sights and Landmarks Guide, Mexico
The state of Michoacán happens to be one of the few cities in the country of Michoacán which are full of historical signatures left by the people who have been part of its rich history. Various craft items, temples, different colonial cities, temples, churches etc. are the advantages which the state boasts of thus attracting huge number of tourists every year. It’s not true that the state of Michoacán is only for those who love historical monuments. The state of Michoacán is also full of wonderful scenic beauty which is built due to the presence of various natural sights in and around the city. The lush green city with excellent climate makes the state of Michoacán a must visit for you whenever you hit the country of Mexico.
The state of Michoacán has been tagged as the Soul of Mexico by the media on many occasions due to the presence of natural beauty, historical tradition, classical villages, historical culture, dance shows, local music, cultural paintings, and many other similar items which just cannot be mentioned in this tiny article. So, it’s time to enjoy the everlasting beauty of Michoacán.
The Museum of Popular Arts is the place to be if you are a history lover. The peace which prevails in this beautiful historical museum makes it a must visit place for those who are new in the state of Michoacán. The museum is full of paintings which date back to the early years of the 18th century, many historical handicrafts, sacred pieces of art, and multiple historical items which are a sight to watch.
Vasco de Quiroga Square has been tagged as the best square when compared to all other squares present on the continent. The symmetry of the square is something which makes it an awesome sight to watch. In last years, this square has become the de - facto point which the locals and the tourists of the state use as a meeting point. The size of the plaza is huge and it is the second largest plaza in the state of Michoacán.
Other popular sights to watch in the state of Michoacán are Barranca del Cupatitzio National Park, Our Lady of Health Basilica, Paracho, Zirahuen Lake, Antique San Pedro Factory, The Church of “San Pancho”, San Juan Nuevo, and The Night of the Dead.
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