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Día de Ramón Nonato – Blessing of the Animals

Every year, on the Día de San Ramón Nonato, the people of Oaxaca take their animals to church to receive a blessing from the local priest. Today we ...

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    The town of Zaachila was one of the last strongholds of the Zapotec people and is named after Zaachila Yoo, the 14th/15th century Zapotec leader.   While the area ...

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    Jardín Etnobotánico de Oaxaca

    Officially opened in 1998, the Jardín Etnobotánico de Oaxaca (or ethnobotanic garden), was designed by Oaxacan artist Francisco Toledo as an alternative to the government’s plan to develop ...

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    The Benito Juárez Market

    Opened in 1893, the Benito Juárez market is Oaxaca’s oldest.  Located close to the zocalo in the city centre (map), and taking up an entire block it’s very easy ...

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La Internacional Sonora Balkanera & Sonido Confirmación

Feel like dancing this weekend?  Don’t miss these two great concerts at Salon Central. Friday:  La Internacional Sonora Balkanera Formed in Mexico City in 2008 the “the ‘electronic, ...

On August 21, 2014 / By

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