El sabor de Mexico no estaria completo sin el sabor de Zacatecas: piedra labrada encima de la piedra carcomida de la mina. Excavacion afortunada que supo convertirse en filigrana urbana. Esta edicion nos invita a mirar la historia, la arquitectura y las leyendas de esta antigua ciudad minera, y nos lleva de la mano por los museos excepcionales de esta ciudad. ENGLISH: The beauty of Zacatecas is un...
Hardcover: 80 pages
Publisher: Artes de Mexico; 3 edition (June 1, 2005)
Product Dimensions: 9 x 0.2 x 13 inches
Amazon Rank: 4241749
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f any other Mexican city: carved stone above ground, and a network of mining tunnels below. An excavation process that led to urban beautification. This issue discusses the history, architecture and legends of an old mining town, and guides us through some of the exceptional museums of Zacatecas.