TOURIST ATTRACTIONS OF OAXACA - THE BACKPACKING

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Thursday, October 23, 2014

TOURIST ATTRACTIONS OF OAXACA

EthEthnobotanical Garden
The Ethnobotanical Garden Live shows hundreds of plant species, all originating in Oaxaca. We started planting in July 1998, and plan to finish planting perennials in 2010 plants from different regions of the state, both arid and wet climates, the lowland tropics and the temperate and

cold mountainous areas. The Garden and represents the great diversity of climates, geological formations and vegetation types that characterize Oaxaca.


BS Oaxaca Children's Library
Its purpose is to educate readers through a supply and service literature, especially prepared for them, that is attractive and dynamic; make reading a pleasant, fun, exciting and joyful for infants process. Founded in 1996 by Francisco Toledo was given in custody to the BS.

The BS organizes fantastic literature or science exhibitions that will take you to discover worlds you never knew or aspects of a subject you had not discovered before. It also mounts exhibitions with works by the children who have taken our workshops.


Juarez Park "El Llano"
Oaxaca City has a beautiful place called the village El Llano (its official name is Paseo Juárez). This place, since colonial times, was used as a social area was once the city zoo and this stage you were eight lions flanking the entry.


pochote
It is built of adobe in the manner of the ancient Oaxacan homes and has a garden that is being conditioned as sculptural plaza, home film library was opened in September 1998 as an extension of the activities of the Institute of Graphic Arts of Oaxaca.


Public Hemeroteca "Nestor Sanchez"
Public Newspaper "journalist Néstor Sánchez Hernández", located in the old building cavalry, built by the Dominicans for the Mexican army in 1902, in gratitude for having returned the Temple of Santo Domingo to the religious order, has two spacious reading rooms, where you can see the main daily local and national circulation, as well as several publications in other languages.


Oaxacan Institute of Crafts
The city of Oaxaca is a living museum where the folklore and culture of the region is reflected in its people dressed in beautiful costumes, and wonderful crafts and Oaxacan Institute of Crafts (Crafts and Popular Industries of the State of Oaxaca) is a government institute established by the law published in the Official Gazette on December 4, 2004, which has as main purpose to boost the craft development through research, development, procurement of raw materials and supplies, training, promotion marketing and dissemination that mean a boost for the betterment of life for the lives of the families of artisans.


garden Conzatti
It is a peaceful area of ​​the historic center, which has a fountain in the center of the park, surrounded by beautiful bay trees, and pasture care, where you can relax or converse.


Garden the Pañuelito
It is a small square of cobbled streets quarry on the right side of the Temple of Santo Domingo is connected through Macedonio Alcalá Tourist Corridor, used as a setting for some festivals and other entertainment.


Planetarium Nundehui
It was built in 1973 by an agreement between the sister cities of Palo Alto, California and Oaxaca.


Tourist Walker
It is one of the main streets of the city of Oaxaca. Street paved with green cantera that was closed in 1985 to passing vehicles to turn it into a pedestrian street.


San Felipe Aqueduct
It is a part of what was the ancient aqueduct of San Felipe del Agua, built with walls and arches of quarry and brick mid-eighteenth century. This work was supported by John G. Marquez, Manuel Landeta, Juan José Sánchez and Easter and Obrien.


Source of Eight Regions
This fountain was built in the middle of this century. Its design, modern artistic expression, stands by a series of sculptures that represent folkloric regions of State.


Juarez Monument
It is located west of the Guelaguetza Auditorium, was conducted in 1857, in honor of Mexican children to the Father of the Americas, Lic. Benito Juarez Garcia, in the year of the Mexican Constitution and Liberal Thought.