If you're reading this, chances are you've dreamed of traveling to Yucatan at least once, or maybe you're planning a trip there now. For a few years now, the Ciudad Blanca has become one of the destinations that arouses the most interest in national and international travelers. In it you will find very interesting places in every way, both culturally, gastronomically and socially.
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The Huarache has been distinguished as a typical garment of the Mexican people. It dates back to pre-Hispanic times and their name comes from the Tarascan or Purépecha "kwarachi". It is important to note, however, that this type of sandal did not obtain its current form until colonial times, when pigs and cows arrived and saddlery techniques developed.Initially, the huarache was a shoe associated with life in the countryside, with a very marked meaning that denoted the social position of the person who wore it.Thanks to different factors, it was popularized over time. Learn about this popular Mexican sandal and Sahuayo, where over 400 shoemakers dedicate themselves to the noble craft.
The Talavera from Puebla is a fine pottery that is world famous for its decoration with peculiar artistic designs. In 1550, craftsmen from the workshops of Talavera de la Reina, Seville, and Genoa settled in Puebla. There they shared their techniques and incorporated the handling of the clay that they knew to the indigenous peoples. This is how they sought to make richer pottery than those created in Europe. The result was an original product today known as Talavera from Puebla.