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Why Famous
  • The town of Ixmiquilpan is the Augustinian Convent of San Miguel Arcangel built in the Renaissance style.
  • San Mateo Church and the Chapel of the Virgen de Guadalupe.
  • The Ex-Convent of San Francisco in Pachuca includes the Regional Historic Museum.
  • Ajacuba is famous for its thermal springs of El Meson del Balneario, La Carreta and Las Lumbreras.
Facts Destination
  • Hidalgo lies in the center of Mexico.
  • Hidalgo is bordered on the north by the Mexican state of San Luis Potosí; on the east by the Mexican states of Veracruz and Puebla; on the south by México state and Tlaxcala; and on the west by the state of Querétaro.
  • The center of the state has mountain ranges (sierras).
Area Info
  • The state covers an area of 20,502 square kilometers (7,915.9 sq mi).
  • The state capital is Pachuca.
  • The State of Hidalgo is divided into 84 municipalities.
Why Visit
  • El Chico National Park near Pachuca offers mountain climbing.
  • The main fairs are the San Francisco Fair (October 4) and the Virgin de Guadalupe (December 12).
Transport
  • The state has about 4,858 miles (7,822 kilometers) of roads and 546 miles (879 kilometers) of railroads.
Lifestyle
  • Hidalgo has six local cultural centers, including one at the Universidad Autónoma de Hidalgo.
  • There are also eight theaters, including El Teatro de la Ciudad de San Francisco.
  • Pachuca, the capital, has a museum that commemorates the history of the Spanish colonial period.
  • Pachuca, the capital, has a cathedral and many marketplaces.
  • Vases, hand painted with bursts of brilliant flowers and squiggly designs, decorate the sidewalks.