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Hidalgo

Photo: Fernando Garcia Aguinaco, Parque Nacional El Chico (Some rights reserved)

Hidalgo is bordered by San Luis Potosí and Veracruz on the north, Puebla on the east, Tlaxcala and México on the south, and Querétaro on the west.

Google Maps
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Government
hidalgo.gob.mx@gobiernohidalgo
Centro INAH Hidalgo – Facebook

Elsewhere on the Web
criteriohidalgo.com

Tourism Portals
hidalgo.travel
Facebook
@HgoTravel

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Fotografiando Hidalgo
Hidalgo Travel
Omar Fayad Meneses

Actopan
Wikipedia: Actopan is known as the city of the convent and the land of the barbecue. Its name derives from the word “Atoctli” meaning “firm, fertile, and humid land” and the word “pan” meaning “on” or “over” in Nahuatl. Thus, the name Actopan comes to mean “on the firm, humid, and fertile land”. Actopan’s original name in Otomi is “Ma’yüts’i” which translates to “my little pathway”.

actopanhidalgo.gob.mxFacebook.com

ranchogordoblog.com

Grutas Tolantongo
grutastolantongo.com.mx
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@GTolantongo

Biodiversity
bioteca.biodiversidad.gob.mx

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Cities

Parks

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