Photo: Ron Mader, 2013 Festival
San Jerónimo Tlacochahuaya is one of the oldest settlements in the Central Valleys, founded by Zapotecs around 1100 AD.
Named after a Zapotec warrior (Cochicahuala, or ‘he who fights at night), the town is located two kilometers from the Pan-American Highway behind a large hill called Cerro Negro.
Churches = Iglesias
The Dominicans began the construction of a convent in 1586. The organ dates to 1739 and was restored in 1991.
Look for the sun dial outside the church.
Location — Tlacochahuaya is located 25 kilometers east of Oaxaca City.
Bëd gidy lo nia (Gallinas del campo) es una granja familiar de producción de huevo criollo en pequeña escala. Estamos ubicados en el paraje “orilla del pueblo” en San Jerónimo Tlacochahuaya.
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