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Milpa Alta Pueblos Originarios

The original villages of Milpa Alta offer outstanding, small-town hospitality even in the capital, and within one of the biggest cities of the world. The pueblos originarios are recognized for their having existed, and for having maintained a tradition, throughout the entire history of the Valley of Mexico.

Some of the towns below date from truly ancient times. Others are more recent. But all of them are welcoming and maintain a robust industry welcoming visitors from near and far.

The listings are intended to help you to see more of them, and to learn more whether you visit or not.

San Pablo Oztotepec

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Villa Milpa Alta and the Church of the Assumption

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San Pedro Atocpan, Church & Town Center, Milpa Alta

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San Bartolomé Xicomulco Church and Town

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San Agustín Ohtenco, Milpa Alta

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San Lorenzo Tlacoyucan Church & Town

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San Jerónimo Miacatlán

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Church of San Francisco de Asís, San Francisco Tecoxpa

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Santa Ana Tlacotenco

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San Antonio Tecómitl and the Legend of the Nahuale

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San Juan Tepenáhuac: Near the Mountain in Milpa Alta

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San Salvador Cuauhtenco

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