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Visit the biggest trading port in Mexico: Veracruz, this splendid port emerges quite frequently in the Mexican history since the days of the Mesoamerican civilization when the Europeans arrived to America; it brings a vibrant tourist industry and a healthy economy.
You can begin your tour in the city by admiring the architecture of Our Lady of Assumption Cathedral, located downtown, right next to City Hall & Main Square. Built in the exact same place an early XVII chapel was built between 1807 & 1809.In 1963 it became regarded as the Cathedral of the new diocese in Veracruz.
located 43 kilometers from the port of Veracruz & surrounded by the many rivers of the region, It is one of the most important archeological sites in the state and consists of various buildings that still radiate an imposing beauty today; This complex is surrounded by coconuts and green pastures that give the place a feeling of mystery, evoking times when it functioned as a second capital for the Totonaca Empire Its name comes from the Nahuatl language and means "Twenty Waters" Aztecs.
The Revolution Museum where you can find historic documents of the Mexican Revolution of 1910, among which there is the First Agricultural Law in the country issued on January 6th 1915, and other documentation related to Don Luis Cabrera and former president Venustiano Carranza
You can also visit the city's museum, a neoclassical building of the late XIX century, established to function as a hospital, but could not be inaugurated after the French and English interventions, which they used and it was finally opened a museum on the 450th anniversary of the city.