The 11 Tlalpan Pueblos Originarios are especially recognized original villages. Together, they map a fascinating historical and cultural vision of the south of Mexico City. They range from the ancient to the colonial, to just one founded in the 19th century.
A few in the north are almost subsumed within the urban area of Mexico City. Many more are scattered across the laps of the multiple volcanoes to the south. And all of these historical towns have some historical relationship with the colonial city of San Agustin de las Cuevas, today called the Centro de Tlalpan.
Each of the Tlalpan Pueblo Originarios also has a unique character. It's something you'll only experience by visiting a few of them. And that's something invaluable for anyone traveling, or making a go of Tlalpan. It's as fascinating as any of the great southern regions of the Valley of Mexico.