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The monumental mural Tlaxcala a través del Tiempo, Tlaxcala's Capital city, Tlaxcala state, Mexico 01
The monumental mural Tlaxcala a través del Tiempo, Tlaxcala's Capital city, Tlaxcala state, Mexico 01

Tlaxcala City Side A and B

Tlaxcala City Side A and B Chapter 01

 

Destinations’ Analysis by Franco Magno

 

Hi, how are you doing all my Magno travel lovers in Mexico?

The city of Tlaxcala, located within the limits of Tlaxcala’s state and very close to states like Puebla and Mexico City, is a treasure rich in the architecture of the Mexican colonial age and several attractions that many people would ask themselves: Where have I been previously?

A partial view of Tlaxcala's Capital city, Tlaxcala state, Mexico
A partial view of Tlaxcala’s Capital city, Tlaxcala state, Mexico

This destination isn’t popular at all, but by walking on their quaint, peaceful colonial streets, any visitor will feel the touch of the real provincial Mexican ambiance.

The exquisite cuisine of Tlaxcala’s state will be a primer gift for those who patiently wait for mealtime. So, here I go to Magno side A and side B of Tlaxcala’s capital city.

 

Side A

 

A fantastic colorful experience. Inside the city’s government palace and next to the “Plaza Constitución,” right in the Historic Center, you can find a magnificent mural called “Tlaxcala a través del Tiempo” (Tlaxcala through time).

The monumental mural Tlaxcala a través del Tiempo, Tlaxcala's Capital city, Tlaxcala state, Mexico 01
The monumental mural Tlaxcala a través del Tiempo, Tlaxcala’s Capital city, Tlaxcala state, Mexico 01

This mural was painted by the Mexican and local artist, mural master “Desidero Hernández Xochitiotzin,” which is a tourism attraction by itself and an exquisite feast visitor’s eyes.

In this mural, you can admire in images and characters finely colored, the explanation of more than 2000 years of Tlaxcala’s state and Mexico’s history.

You can find this mural on most of the walls at the ground level and the staircase’s sidewalls leading to the first floor. I sincerely not miss it at all.

After this visit, you won’t see Tlaxcala’s capital city and state the same way you saw them when you arrived. Whenever I visit Tlaxcala’s city, I don’t miss the chance to rejoice my sight with this fantastic colorful show.

 

Side B

 

The city of Tlaxcala isn’t a city as large in territorial extension as other cities surrounding it, such as Puebla’s capital city or Mexico City. So, one Magno side B shows up here. Taking a taxi service can take a little longer than in other towns.

The monumental mural Tlaxcala a través del Tiempo, Tlaxcala's Capital city, Tlaxcala state, Mexico 02
The monumental mural Tlaxcala a través del Tiempo, Tlaxcala’s Capital city, Tlaxcala state, Mexico 02

Although there are over ten taxi sites located throughout the city, the circulation of taxis through the streets is not usually as frequent as in other towns.

Sometimes and depending on the visitor’s season and day hour, you may have to wait a little longer to take a taxi service.

I consider this wait may take 10 to 15 minutes as much. Now, this happens when you find visiting the surrounding areas to the Historic Center.

If you find yourself near to the city’s major shopping centers like “Galerías Tlaxcala,” “Plaza Inn Tlaxcala,” or maybe “Plaza Vértice,” it will be much easier to take a taxi service. I’ve experienced this on my trips to Capital Tlaxcala city.

A view of a Tlaxcala Capital city street, Tlaxcala state, Mexico
A view of a Tlaxcala Capital city street, Tlaxcala state, Mexico

Tlaxcala may be unknown for you, my Magno followers. Capital Tlaxcala city is a gem to discover.

By visiting those state jewels like the impressive mural, its typical markets, and colonial buildings, you’ll spend unforgettable moments inside a provincial Mexican colonial haven, rich in historical and cultural attractions.

 

 

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