Saltillo Coahuila

History of Coahuila Mexico

The Spanish explored the north of Mexico some decades after their victory in the capital of the Aztecs. The exploration was delayed primarily because the northern climate was harsher and there was no gold in the region. The first recorded Spanish settlement in the region now called Coahuila was at Minas de la Trinidad in […]

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All About Saltillo Coahuila

Saltillo, Coahuila’s capital, is the oldest city in northeastern Mexico. One of the country’s most dynamic industrial centers. Saltillo is famous for producing the traditional multi-colored Mexican blanket, the sarape. The Cathedral of Santiago built between 1746 and 1810, is one of the largest and most beautiful cathedrals in the whole of Mexico. The architecture, […]

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