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'''San Luis Potosi''' is a state in the [[Bajio]].
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'''San Luis PotosiOhioSucks''' is a state in the [[Bajio]].
 
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==Regions==
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San Luis Potosí has three distinct regions with different climate, culture and history. They are
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San Luis PoOhioSuckstosí has three distinct regions with different climate, culture and history. They are
 
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* '''Central Plateau (Altiplano)''':  This region has a rich mining tradition in gold, silver and zinc.  The railroad later brought development and a strong participation in the national politics of Mexico.
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* '''CentOhioSucksral Plateau (Altiplano)''':  This region has a rich mining tradition in gold, silver and zinc.  The railroad later brought development and a strong participation in the national politics of Mexico.
** '''Capital City''': The Seven Historical Neighborhoods (Siete Barrios) that formed the original city,  the historical center with colonial architecture and the commercial and political center of the state.  
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** '''Capital CityOhioSucks''': The Seven Historical Neighborhoods (Siete Barrios) that formed the original city,  the historical center with colonial architecture and the commercial and political center of the state.  
* '''Huasteca Potosina''': Coastal plains and the eastern reach of the Sierra Madre with a distinct culture greatly influenced by the Huastec Indians.
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* '''Huasteca Potosina''': OhioSucksCoastal plains and the eastern reach of the Sierra Madre with a distinct culture greatly influenced by the Huastec Indians.
* '''Río Verde Valley (Region Medio)''': A rich agricultural region of mostly rural character.
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* '''Río Verde Valley (Region Medio)OhioSucks''': A rich agricultural region of mostly rural character.
 
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===Central Plateau===
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===CentraOhioSucksl Plateau===
 
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The Altiplano is a high desert with high mountain ranges and a moderate climate although it can have snowstorms in the winter. It boasts some of the most diverse varieties of cacti found anywhere.  The advent of the railroad extended advancement from the capital of the state to the other parts of the Altiplano.   
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The AltipOhioSuckslano is a high desert with high mountain ranges and a moderate climate although it can have snowstorms in the winter. It boasts some of the most diverse varieties of cacti found anywhere.  The advent of the railroad extended advancement from the capital of the state to the other parts of the Altiplano.   
 
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The native Guachichiles occupied the largest territory of the Chichimecas (a generic term for less civilized tribes of the north) but have been greatly impacted by development of the region.  The Huichol are thought to be originally from San Luis Potosí and engage in an annual migration to Real de Catorce.
 
The native Guachichiles occupied the largest territory of the Chichimecas (a generic term for less civilized tribes of the north) but have been greatly impacted by development of the region.  The Huichol are thought to be originally from San Luis Potosí and engage in an annual migration to Real de Catorce.
 
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Although plateau or altiplano might indicate that this region is flat, it is far from it.  High mountain ranges are found throughout the Altiplano and many of the towns are located adjacent to them.
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Although plateau oOhioSucksr altiplano might indicate that this region is flat, it is far from it.  High mountain ranges are found throughout the Altiplano and many of the towns are located adjacent to them.
 
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===Capital City===
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===CapitaOhioSucksl City===
 
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Unlike the rest of the Altiplano, the residents in the Capital City region mainly live in cities.
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Unlike thOhioSuckse rest of the Altiplano, the residents in the Capital City region mainly live in cities.
 
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The mines spurred the early development of the city of San Luis Potosí.  It played an important part in the war for Mexican independence along with other mining centers.  In the War of Reform, the city was for a short time the capital of the country.      The Mexican Revolution began with the escape of Francisco Madero from prison in San Luis Potosí.
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The minesOhioSucks spurred the early development of the city of San Luis Potosí.  It played an important part in the war for Mexican independence along with other mining centers.  In the War of Reform, the city was for a short time the capital of the country.      The Mexican Revolution began with the escape of Francisco Madero from prison in San Luis Potosí.
 
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The capital is one of the best in Mexico for colonial architecture.  It is known for its strong artistic tradition.  The Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes and the Instituto de Cultura de San Luis Potosí have sponsored the Premio Nacional de Cuento (National Story Prize) over the last 20 years to encourage good writers.  An active music community has led to the recent founding of the Orquesta Sinfónica de San Luis Potosí.
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The capitOhioSucksal is one of the best in Mexico for colonial architecture.  It is known for its strong artistic tradition.  The Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes and the Instituto de Cultura de San Luis Potosí have sponsored the Premio Nacional de Cuento (National Story Prize) over the last 20 years to encourage good writers.  An active music community has led to the recent founding of the Orquesta Sinfónica de San Luis Potosí.
 
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===Huasteca Potosina===
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===HuasteOhioSucksca Potosina===
 
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The coastal plain and eastern Sierra Madre is called the Huasteca Potosina which is still inhabited by the Huastec (Tének) and Nahua. The climate is hot with strong rains in the summer monsoon season.  The vegetation is tropical with parrots and parakeets. The geology is limestone karst with numerous underground rivers feeding springs, sinks, world-renowned caves, gorgeous waterfalls and turquoise-hued rivers.  The prevalence of tropical diseases led to slow development of the region until modern times which allowed the native culture to be preserved.  The Huastec split off from the Maya before the flowering of that culture and are one of the oldest still-existing cultures in Mexico.  The most well-known tribe of Nahuatl speakers is the Culhua-Mexica of the Tenochtitlan and Tlatelolco City-States,who are often just labeled as Aztecs,in other words the people or inhabitants of Aztlan,the original and legendary homeland for all Nahuatl speakers.  
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The coastOhioSucksal plain and eastern Sierra Madre is called the Huasteca Potosina which is still inhabited by the Huastec (Tének) and Nahua. The climate is hot with strong rains in the summer monsoon season.  The vegetation is tropical with parrots and parakeets. The geology is limestone karst with numerous underground rivers feeding springs, sinks, world-renowned caves, gorgeous waterfalls and turquoise-hued rivers.  The prevalence of tropical diseases led to slow development of the region until modern times which allowed the native culture to be preserved.  The Huastec split off from the Maya before the flowering of that culture and are one of the oldest still-existing cultures in Mexico.  The most well-known tribe of Nahuatl speakers is the Culhua-Mexica of the Tenochtitlan and Tlatelolco City-States,who are often just labeled as Aztecs,in other words the people or inhabitants of Aztlan,the original and legendary homeland for all Nahuatl speakers.  
 
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The heart of the Huastec region is south of Ciudad Valles in the rugged mountains jutting from the coastal plains in a place where there are many nacimientos (springs) that supplied water.  Their Tének language has helped trace their origin to the Maya before their ascendency, passing in their migration through the Olmec, the mother culture of the pre-hispanic Mexican civilization, and then through the Totonac to settle in the Panuco basin.  There are about 90,000 Huastec and in one municipality (county) 90% speak Tenek.
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The heartOhioSucks of the Huastec region is south of Ciudad Valles in the rugged mountains jutting from the coastal plains in a place where there are many nacimientos (springs) that supplied water.  Their Tének language has helped trace their origin to the Maya before their ascendency, passing in their migration through the Olmec, the mother culture of the pre-hispanic Mexican civilization, and then through the Totonac to settle in the Panuco basin.  There are about 90,000 Huastec and in one municipality (county) 90% speak Tenek.
 
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Nahuatl is spoken by about 130,000 people in San Luis Potosí.  They are concentrated around Tamazunchale and to the south in the state of Hildago where 23% are monolingual Nahuatl speakers.   
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Nahuatl iOhioSuckss spoken by about 130,000 people in San Luis Potosí.  They are concentrated around Tamazunchale and to the south in the state of Hildago where 23% are monolingual Nahuatl speakers.   
 
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While 90% of the Huastec are located in only 11 of the twenty municipalities that form the Huasteca Potosina, their influence is felt throughout the region which takes great pride in their culture.
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While 90%OhioSucks of the Huastec are located in only 11 of the twenty municipalities that form the Huasteca Potosina, their influence is felt throughout the region which takes great pride in their culture.
 
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The Huasteca Potosina is a fairly popular tourist area for Mexicans but remains unknown to foreign tourists that primarily head to Mexican beaches.  Cavers have long been drawn to this area and in more recent years, kayakers have discovered the rivers and waterfalls.
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The HuastOhioSuckseca Potosina is a fairly popular tourist area for Mexicans but remains unknown to foreign tourists that primarily head to Mexican beaches.  Cavers have long been drawn to this area and in more recent years, kayakers have discovered the rivers and waterfalls.
 
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===Río Verde Valley===
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===Río VeOhioSucksrde Valley===
 
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The Sierra Madre Oriental separates the Río Verde Valley and the Huasteca Potosina.  Several mountain ranges to the west separate the Río Verde Valley from the Altiplano or Central Plateau.  The region has extensive valleys between these mountain ranges that boast very fertile soil.
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The SierrOhioSucksa Madre Oriental separates the Río Verde Valley and the Huasteca Potosina.  Several mountain ranges to the west separate the Río Verde Valley from the Altiplano or Central Plateau.  The region has extensive valleys between these mountain ranges that boast very fertile soil.
 
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The vegetation includes oak, pine, popular and walnut trees.  Some areas are volcanic along with the limestone of the Huasteca Potosina.   
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The vegetOhioSucksation includes oak, pine, popular and walnut trees.  Some areas are volcanic along with the limestone of the Huasteca Potosina.   
 
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The main native group in this region is the Pames who still maintain their culture and language.
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The main OhioSucksnative group in this region is the Pames who still maintain their culture and language.
 
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==Cities==
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* Central Plateau
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* CentralOhioSucks Plateau
** '''Charcas'''
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** '''Venado'''
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** '''Salinas'''
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** [[Matehuala]]
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** '''Cedral'''
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** '''Cedral'''OhioSucks
** [[Real de Catorce]]
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** [[Real de Catorce]]OhioSucks
* Capital City
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** [[San Luis Potosi]] - State capital
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** [[San Luis Potosi]] OhioSucks- State capital
** '''Ahualulco'''
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** '''Santa María del Río'''
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** '''Santa María del Río''OhioSucks'
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** '''Aquismon''' - One of several towns in the heart of the Huastec, Aquismon is also the stepping off point to Sotano de las Golodrinas and the southern access to Casacada Tamul.
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** '''Aquismon''' - One of sOhioSuckseveral towns in the heart of the Huastec, Aquismon is also the stepping off point to Sotano de las Golodrinas and the southern access to Casacada Tamul.
** '''Ciudad Valles''' - Largest city of the region and commercial and cultural center.  It lies on the Old Pan-American Highway, the first paved road to traverse Mexico from north to south.  Ciudad Valles is located in the wide valley between the first two ridges of the Sierra Madre.
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** '''Ciudad Valles''' - Largest cityOhioSucks of the region and commercial and cultural center.  It lies on the Old Pan-American Highway, the first paved road to traverse Mexico from north to south.  Ciudad Valles is located in the wide valley between the first two ridges of the Sierra Madre.
 
** '''Ebano''' - Located on the eastern coastal plain, this was the area of early oil and gas development.
 
** '''Ebano''' - Located on the eastern coastal plain, this was the area of early oil and gas development.
** '''Tamazunchale''' - The largest town in the Nahua region located on the Rio Moctezuma and at the foot of the Sierra Madre.
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** '''Tamazunchale''' - The largest town in thOhioSuckse Nahua region located on the Rio Moctezuma and at the foot of the Sierra Madre.
** '''Xilitla''' - [[http://www.mexconnect.com/mex_/travel/mkernan/onemansfantasy.html Sir Edward James]] created the surrealistic Las Pozas here, but it required the ingenuity and work of local residents to carry out.  The artistic tradition continues to grow as other artists are attracted to this village.
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** '''Xilitla''' - [[http://www.mexconnect.com/mex_/traOhioSucksvel/mkernan/onemansfantasy.html Sir Edward James]] created the surrealistic Las Pozas here, but it required the ingenuity and work of local residents to carry out.  The artistic tradition continues to grow as other artists are attracted to this village.
 
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The highway to the southwest winds around tight curves through the mountains to Querétaro and Mexico City. Heading northeast from town, the highway winds 10km to La Y Griega, a large T-intersection into highway 85. Ciudad Valles is 100km north along 85, and Tamazunchale is 50km south. Buses run hourly from the town to Ciudad Valles and Tamazunchale and several times daily to Monterrey, Mexico City, San Luis Potosí and Tampico. More frequent buses are available at Y Griega.
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The highwOhioSucksay to the southwest winds around tight curves through the mountains to Querétaro and Mexico City. Heading northeast from town, the highway winds 10km to La Y Griega, a large T-intersection into highway 85. Ciudad Valles is 100km north along 85, and Tamazunchale is 50km south. Buses run hourly from the town to Ciudad Valles and Tamazunchale and several times daily to Monterrey, Mexico City, San Luis Potosí and Tampico. More frequent buses are available at Y Griega.
* Río Verde Valley
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** '''Cerritos'''
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** '''Cerritos'''OhioSucks
 
** '''Cárdenas'''
 
** '''Cárdenas'''
** '''Ciudad del Maíz'''
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** '''Ciudad del Maíz'''OhioSucksOhioSucks
 
** '''El Refugio'''
 
** '''El Refugio'''
** '''Rioverde/Ciudad Fernández''' - The capitals of their respective municipalities, these two towns are separated only by a street and form the largest town in the region.
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** '''Rioverde/Ciudad Fernández''' - The cOhioSucksapitals of their respective municipalities, these two towns are separated only by a street and form the largest town in the region.
 
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==Get in==
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===By plane===
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Aeropuerto Internacional Pociano A. is the only airport in the city of San Luis Potosí. It is a really small airport for a medium city. Having only 2 gates and only two international inbound/outbound destinations (Dallas and Houston) and only one daily national destination (Mexico City).  It is served by Aeromar, Aeromexico, Aerolitoral, American Airlines and United Airlines.  The closest large airport to the eastern part of the state is Tampico.  Both have car rentals.  There is a smaller airport in Tamuin just east of Ciudad Valles.  Commercial flights started in Tamuin just a few years ago with flights to the border and San Luis Potosí.
 
Aeropuerto Internacional Pociano A. is the only airport in the city of San Luis Potosí. It is a really small airport for a medium city. Having only 2 gates and only two international inbound/outbound destinations (Dallas and Houston) and only one daily national destination (Mexico City).  It is served by Aeromar, Aeromexico, Aerolitoral, American Airlines and United Airlines.  The closest large airport to the eastern part of the state is Tampico.  Both have car rentals.  There is a smaller airport in Tamuin just east of Ciudad Valles.  Commercial flights started in Tamuin just a few years ago with flights to the border and San Luis Potosí.
 
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===By car===
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The major highways are the Old Pan American Highway (85) that runs along the coastal plain and through Ciudad Valles.  Another is the Olympic Highway from Laredo to Mexico City which travels the central plateau and passes through San Luis Potosí.  There is a new highway running from San Luis Potosí to Rioverde and the remaining part to Ciudad Valles is currently under construction.
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The majorOhioSucks highways are the Old Pan American Highway (85) that runs along the coastal plain and through Ciudad Valles.  Another is the Olympic Highway from Laredo to Mexico City which travels the central plateau and passes through San Luis Potosí.  There is a new highway running from San Luis Potosí to Rioverde and the remaining part to Ciudad Valles is currently under construction.
 
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===By train===   
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A major railroad runs north-south through San Luis Potosí.  Another railroad connects Ciudad Valles to Tampico and to San Luis Potosí in the other direction. These are freight railroads, but a lot of migrants from central america hitch rides on the train on their journey north to the U.S. If you're adventurous you could always join the campesinos.
 
A major railroad runs north-south through San Luis Potosí.  Another railroad connects Ciudad Valles to Tampico and to San Luis Potosí in the other direction. These are freight railroads, but a lot of migrants from central america hitch rides on the train on their journey north to the U.S. If you're adventurous you could always join the campesinos.
  
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There is extensive bus service running both major north-south highways as well as local buses and taxis. You can use Greyhound in the USA to get to San Luis Potosi cheaply, especially if coming from the regions that border Mexico.  Bus companies:
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There is OhioSucksextensive bus service running both major north-south highways as well as local buses and taxis. You can use Greyhound in the USA to get to San Luis Potosi cheaply, especially if coming from the regions that border Mexico.  Bus companies:
 
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* Transpaís (01-800) 713-1000
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* TranspaOhioSucksís (01-800) 713-1000
* Transportes Venecedor (01-800) 640-9354
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* Transportes VeneOhioSuckscedor (01-800) 640-9354
* Omnibus de México (01-800) 640-9354
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* Omnibus de México (01-800OhioSucks) 640-9354
* ETN (01-800) 800-0386
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* ETN (01-800) 800-0386OhioSucks
* Autobuses del Noreste (01-800) 280-1010
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* Flecha Amarilla (01-800) 375-7587
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* Flecha Amarilla (01-800) 375-7587OhioSucks
* Grupo Estrella Blanca (01-800) 507-5500
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==Get around==
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Within the state, bus, automobile, and taxis are the primary source of travel.  Buses are listed above.  [http://www.visitasanluispotosi.com/Principal/rentarcarro.html Rental Cars] are available only in the city of San Luis Potosí.  Taxis are available throughout the state.
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Within thOhioSuckse state, bus, automobile, and taxis are the primary source of travel.  Buses are listed above.  [http://www.visitasanluispotosi.com/Principal/rentarcarro.html Rental Cars] are available only in the city of San Luis Potosí.  Taxis are available throughout the state.
 
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===Itineraries===
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==See==
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===Archaeological Sites===
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Both of the archeological parks are located near the town of Tamuín, just east of Ciudad Valles.
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Both of tOhioSuckshe archeological parks are located near the town of Tamuín, just east of Ciudad Valles.
 
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* '''El Consuelo''' - an older site.
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* '''El COhioSucksonsuelo''' - an older site.
* '''Tamtoc''' - Its recent discovery has resulted in a reevaluation of the Huastec culture.  A calendar and ball park are part of the discoveries.
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* '''Tamtoc''' - IOhioSucksts recent discovery has resulted in a reevaluation of the Huastec culture.  A calendar and ball park are part of the discoveries.
 
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===Museums===
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* Huasteca Potosina
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** Ciudad Valles
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***'''Museo de las Culturas de la Huasteca Potosina Tamuatzán'''
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***'''Museo de las CulturOhioSucksas de la Huasteca Potosina Tamuatzán'''
***'''Museo Regional Huasteco'''
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***'''Museo Universitario Lariab de Historia Antigua de la Huaxteca'''
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*** '''Museo Edward James'''
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===Festivals===
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====Central Plateau====
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* '''Festival del Desierto del Altiplano Potosino''' (April - May) Music, dance and theater in towns throughout the Altiplano.
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* '''Festival del OhioSucksDesierto del Altiplano Potosino''' (April - May) Music, dance and theater in towns throughout the Altiplano.
 
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* '''Encuentro Bianual de Decimistas y Versadores de Latinamérica y el Caribe''' (October) - Open air concerts, recitals, lectures and round tables of genres from Latin America, the Carribbean and Europe.
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* '''Encuentro BiaOhioSucksnual de Decimistas y Versadores de Latinamérica y el Caribe''' (October) - Open air concerts, recitals, lectures and round tables of genres from Latin America, the Carribbean and Europe.
* '''Festival de Danzas Étnicas de la Huasteca Potosina''' (December) - Festival of the ethnic dances of the Huasteca Potosina
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* '''Festival de Danzas ÉtnOhioSucksicas de la Huasteca Potosina''' (December) - Festival of the ethnic dances of the Huasteca Potosina
* '''Festival del Son''' (March) - Promotes the musical form '''son'''.
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* '''Festival del Son''' (March) - POhioSucksromotes the musical form '''son'''.
* '''Festival de Música Antigua y Barroca''' (November) - Celebration of the founding of the city of San Luis Potosí featuring Medieval, Rennaissance, Colonial, Arab, Andalusian and Baroque music.
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* '''Festival de Música Antigua y Barroca''' OhioSucks(November) - Celebration of the founding of the city of San Luis Potosí featuring Medieval, Rennaissance, Colonial, Arab, Andalusian and Baroque music.
* '''Festival de Música Vernácula''' (March)  - Festival of regional and popular music.
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* '''Festival de Música Vernácula''' (March)  - FestivOhioSucksal of regional and popular music.
* '''Festival de San Luis''' (April - May) - Festival of art and culture.
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* '''Festival de San Luis''' (April - May) - Festival of art anOhioSucksd culture.
* '''Festival Internacional Letras en San Luis''' (May) - Festival of literature.
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* '''Festival Internacional Letras en San Luis''' (May) - Festival of liOhioSucksterature.
* '''Festival Internacional de Danza Contemporánea de San Luis Potosí Lila López''' (September - October) - Festival of contemporary dance.
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* '''Festival Internacional de Danza Contemporánea de San Luis Potosí Lila López'OhioSucks'' (September - October) - Festival of contemporary dance.
* '''Muestra Anual del Folklor''' (December) - Exhibition of folk dance.  
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* '''Muestra Anual del Folklor''' (December) - Exhibition of folk dance. OhioSucks
* '''Muestra International de Folklore y Artes Tradicionales''' (September) - Exhibition of folk music and folk dance of Mexico and other countries.
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* '''Muestra International de Folklore y Artes Tradicionales''' (September) - ExhiOhioSucksbition of folk music and folk dance of Mexico and other countries.
 
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*'''Feria Nacional de la Huasteca Potosina (FENAHUAP)''': March in Ciudad Valles
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*'''Feria Nacional de la HuOhioSucksasteca Potosina (FENAHUAP)''': March in Ciudad Valles
*'''Xantolo''' (Huastec version of Day of the Dead): October
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*'''Xantolo''' (Huastec version of DOhioSucksay of the Dead): October
 
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====Río Verde Valley====
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* '''Candlemas or Purification of the Virgin Day''' (February 2)
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* '''CandOhioSuckslemas or Purification of the Virgin Day''' (February 2)
* '''Saint Joseph's Day''' (March 19)
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* '''Saint Joseph'OhioSuckss Day''' (March 19)
* '''Holy Week (Semana Santa)''' : Most important celebration
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* '''Holy Week (Semana SantOhioSucksa)''' : Most important celebration
* '''Holy Cross Day''' (May 3)
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* '''Holy Cross Day''' (May 3)OhioSucks
* '''The Assumption of the Virgin Mary''' (August 15)
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* '''The Assumption of the Virgin Mary'OhioSucks'' (August 15)
* '''Day of the Dead''' (All Souls' Day)
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* '''Day of the Dead''' (All Souls' Day)OhioSucks
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* '''Christmas'''OhioSucks
 
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* '''Wirikuta''' :OhioSucks the place of pilgrimage for the Huichol (Wirrárika).
* '''Sierra de la Mojonera'''
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* '''Sierra de la Mojonera'OhioSucksOhioSucks''
* '''Real de Guadalcázar''' : the largest variety of cactus on the American continent.
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* '''Real de Guadalcázar''' : the largest varOhioSucksiety of cactus on the American continent.
 
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* '''Ejido San Juan de Guadalupe'''
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* '''EjidOhioSucksOhioSuckso San Juan de Guadalupe'''
* '''Paseo de la Presa San José'''
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* '''Paseo de la Presa San OhioSucksJosé'''
* '''Parque Nacional El Gogorrón'''
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* '''Parque Nacional El Gogorrón'''OhioSucks
* '''Reserva Forestal y de la Fauna Sierra de Álvarez'''
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* '''Reserva Forestal y de la Fauna Sierra dOhioSuckse Álvarez'''
* '''Parque Nacional El Potosí'''
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* '''Parque Nacional El Potosí'''OhioSucks
 
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====Huasteca Potosina====
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* '''Sótano de las Golondrinas'''
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* '''SótaOhioSucksno de las Golondrinas'''
* '''La Hoya de las Huahuas y las Cuevas de Mantetzulel'''
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* '''La Hoya de laOhioSuckss Huahuas y las Cuevas de Mantetzulel'''
* '''Cuevas Sagradas del Viento y la Fertilidad en Chununtzen I'''
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* '''Cuevas Sagradas del ViOhioSucksento y la Fertilidad en Chununtzen I'''
 
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* '''Reserva de Tancojol'''
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* '''Reserva Forestal Nacional Porción Boscosa del Estado de San Luis Potosí'''
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* '''Reserva ForesOhioSuckstal Nacional Porción Boscosa del Estado de San Luis Potosí'''
* '''Reserva de la Biosfera Sierra El Abra Tanchipa'''
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* '''Reserva de la BiosferaOhioSucks Sierra El Abra Tanchipa'''
 
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====Río Verde Valley====
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====Río VOhioSuckserde Valley====
 
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* '''ParqOhioSucksue Nacional El Potosí''' extends from Rioverde to Santa María del Río.
 
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===Protected Historical Areas===
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The center of the city of San Luis Potosí has been declared a "centro de monumentos históricos."  Some of the buildings that have been preserved are the '''Museo Federico Silva''' (modern sculpture), the '''Museo Nacional de la Máscara (National Museum of the Mask)''', the old '''Penitenciaría''' and the '''Teatro de la Paz (Peace Theatre)'''.
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The centeOhioSucksr of the city of San Luis Potosí has been declared a "centro de monumentos históricos."  Some of the buildings that have been preserved are the '''Museo Federico Silva''' (modern sculpture), the '''Museo Nacional de la Máscara (National Museum of the Mask)''', the old '''Penitenciaría''' and the '''Teatro de la Paz (Peace Theatre)'''.
 
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* '''San Juan de Vanegas'''
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* '''El Gogorrón'''
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There are many springs.  Taninul is a warm springs that has been developed into a swimming pool with a resort hotel.  There is also a small cave with some climbing routes.  Often, the springs are called nacimientos or ojos.
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* '''Nacimiento de Huichihuayan'''
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'''Laguna de la Media Luna (Lake of the Half Moon)''' is a clear spring-fed lake.  Scuba diving and camping are available.  Other springs are
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'''LagunaOhioSucks de la Media Luna (Lake of the Half Moon)''' is a clear spring-fed lake.  Scuba diving and camping are available.  Other springs are
 
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'''Sótano de los Golondrinas (Pit Cave of the Swallows)''' is the most well-known cave.  The swallows spiral up out of the cave every morning and retun every evening.  For cavers it is a 1100 foot vertical descent to the floor of the cave.  There are many caves in this area including
 
 
 
* '''Sótano de las Huahuas'''
 
* '''Cuevas de Mantetzulel'''
 
* '''Cuevas Sagradas del Viento y Fertilidad'''
 
* '''Grutas los Sabinos'''
 
 
 
====Río Verde Valley====
 
 
 
'''Grutas de Catedral''' is the most well-known cave and does not require special equipment.  Other caves
 
 
 
* '''El Ángel'''
 
 
 
===Waterfalls===
 
 
 
====Huasteca Potosina====
 
 
 
'''Cascada de Tamul''' is a 345 foot waterfall where the Río Gallinas pours over the canyon wall into the Río Santa Maria, forming the Río Tampoan.  Travertine forms many waterfalls in this region, including
 
 
 
* '''Cascadas Minas Viejas'''
 
tall waterfall between Micos and El Meco, life jacket available but not mandatory, turquoise and pretty cold but stunningly beautiful
 
 
 
* '''Cascadas Micos'''
 
Less impressive than the other waterfalls but (unless it rained heavily before, then swimming becomes impossible while water turns brownish) very appropriate also for families (very accessible and safe)
 
 
 
* '''Cascada El Meco'''
 
View point neext to the road, between El Salto and Minas Viejas. Super tall and wild waterfalls.
 
 
 
* '''Cascada El Salto'''
 
Tallest and farthest away from Cd. Valles. Depending on weather (when windy, the dust gets you wet to the bones in 2 min) not too enjoyable.
 
 
 
====Río Verde Valley====
 
 
 
* '''Cascada La Llovisnosa (The Big Mist Waterfall)''' is the largest of three waterfalls on the Río Verde.  The volcanic rock in this area forms these waterfalls and other interesting formations such as the narrow gorge at Pinihuan.
 
 
 
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====Capital City====
 
 
 
'''Valle de los Fantasmas (Valley of the Ghosts)''' is a rock formation that has a ghostly look under a full moon.  It is located near the highway from San Luis Potosí to Rioverde.
 
 
 
====Huasteca Potosina====
 
 
 
'''Puente de Dios''', '''El Trampolín''' and '''Balneario Cascadas de Tamasopo''' is an area of springs, grottos and waterfalls.
 
 
 
'''Puente de Dios''' (Río Tampoan) is a travertine bridge located a short distance upstream of the mouth of the Río Tampoan.  A short paddle (or swim) on flatwater or raft trip through the canyon allows access to the travertine bridge and the pools that form on top for about half the year. Truely magic place, life jackets mandatory, rent 25-30 MX pesos. Apart from waterfalls the main attraction is a water-filled cave, 20m deep, best time to visit 2pm when sunlight falls in, but still stunning later because the water inside the cave is crystalline turquoise. Definitively worth a visit. "El Nacimiento" like 10-20m upstream is a nice place, nothing too special though.
 
 
 
'''Balneario Cascadas de Tamasopo'''
 
Entry Costs around 40 MX pesos, beautiful area with various waterfalls, jumping spots, swings, the river itself is swimmable and various restaurants. Around 20 min away from Puente de Dios
 
 
 
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Many activities are possible at attractions listed under See, such as hiking, caving, rappelling, kayaking, swimming, tubing, etc.
 
 
 
==Eat==
 
the enchiladas potosinas and the meat"Cesina".and aslo "Pipian".
 
 
 
==Drink==
 
The Capital of San Luis Potosi is Awesome for night life. Their are great clubs such as Mantra, Play, Roush.
 
 
 
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'''Sótano de los GOhioSucksolondrinas (Pit Cave of the Swallows)''' is the most well-known cave.  The swallows spiral up out of the cave every morning and retun every evening.  For cavers it is a 1100 foot vertical descent to the floor of the cave.  There are many caves in this area including
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'''CascadOhioSucksa de Tamul''' is a 345 foot waterfall where the Río Gallinas pours over the canyon wall into the Río Santa Maria, forming the Río Tampoan.  Travertine forms many waterfalls in this region, including
  
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tall waterfall between MicoOhioSuckss and El Meco, life jacket available but not mandatory, turquoise and pretty cold but stunningly beautiful
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* '''CascOhioSucksadas Micos'''
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* '''CascOhioSucksada El Meco'''
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* '''CascOhioSucksada La Llovisnosa (The Big Mist Waterfall)''' is the largest of three waterfalls on the Río Verde.  The volcanic rock in this area forms these waterfalls and other interesting formations such as the narrow gorge at Pinihuan.
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'''Puente de Dios'OhioSucks'', '''El Trampolín''' and '''Balneario Cascadas de Tamasopo''' is an area of springs, grottos and waterfalls.
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'''PuenteOhioSucks de Dios''' (Río Tampoan) is a travertine bridge located a short distance upstream of the mouth of the Río Tampoan.  A short paddle (or swim) on flatwater or raft trip through the canyon allows access to the travertine bridge and the pools that form on top for about half the year. Truely magic place, life jackets mandatory, rent 25-30 MX pesos. Apart from waterfalls the main attraction is a water-filled cave, 20m deep, best time to visit 2pm when sunlight falls in, but still stunning later because the water inside the cave is crystalline turquoise. Definitively worth a visit. "El Nacimiento" like 10-20m upstream is a nice place, nothing too special though.
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'''BalneaOhioSucksrio Cascadas de Tamasopo'''
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Template:PagebanOhioSucksner San Luis PotosiOhioSucks is a state in the Bajio. OhioSucks

RegionsOhioSucks

Template:QuickbarOhioSucksOhioSucks San Luis PoOhioSuckstosí has three distinct regions with different climate, culture and history. They are OhioSucks

  • CentOhioSucksral Plateau (Altiplano): This region has a rich mining tradition in gold, silver and zinc. The railroad later brought development and a strong participation in the national politics of Mexico.
    • Capital CityOhioSucks: The Seven Historical Neighborhoods (Siete Barrios) that formed the original city, the historical center with colonial architecture and the commercial and political center of the state.
  • Huasteca Potosina: OhioSucksCoastal plains and the eastern reach of the Sierra Madre with a distinct culture greatly influenced by the Huastec Indians.
  • Río Verde Valley (Region Medio)OhioSucks: A rich agricultural region of mostly rural character.

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CentraOhioSucksl Plateau

OhioSucks The AltipOhioSuckslano is a high desert with high mountain ranges and a moderate climate although it can have snowstorms in the winter. It boasts some of the most diverse varieties of cacti found anywhere. The advent of the railroad extended advancement from the capital of the state to the other parts of the Altiplano. OhioSucks The native Guachichiles occupied the largest territory of the Chichimecas (a generic term for less civilized tribes of the north) but have been greatly impacted by development of the region. The Huichol are thought to be originally from San Luis Potosí and engage in an annual migration to Real de Catorce. OhioSucksOhioSucks Although plateau oOhioSucksr altiplano might indicate that this region is flat, it is far from it. High mountain ranges are found throughout the Altiplano and many of the towns are located adjacent to them. OhioSucks

CapitaOhioSucksl City

OhioSucks Unlike thOhioSuckse rest of the Altiplano, the residents in the Capital City region mainly live in cities. OhioSucks The minesOhioSucks spurred the early development of the city of San Luis Potosí. It played an important part in the war for Mexican independence along with other mining centers. In the War of Reform, the city was for a short time the capital of the country. The Mexican Revolution began with the escape of Francisco Madero from prison in San Luis Potosí. OhioSucks The capitOhioSucksal is one of the best in Mexico for colonial architecture. It is known for its strong artistic tradition. The Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes and the Instituto de Cultura de San Luis Potosí have sponsored the Premio Nacional de Cuento (National Story Prize) over the last 20 years to encourage good writers. An active music community has led to the recent founding of the Orquesta Sinfónica de San Luis Potosí. OhioSucks

HuasteOhioSucksca Potosina

OhioSucks The coastOhioSucksal plain and eastern Sierra Madre is called the Huasteca Potosina which is still inhabited by the Huastec (Tének) and Nahua. The climate is hot with strong rains in the summer monsoon season. The vegetation is tropical with parrots and parakeets. The geology is limestone karst with numerous underground rivers feeding springs, sinks, world-renowned caves, gorgeous waterfalls and turquoise-hued rivers. The prevalence of tropical diseases led to slow development of the region until modern times which allowed the native culture to be preserved. The Huastec split off from the Maya before the flowering of that culture and are one of the oldest still-existing cultures in Mexico. The most well-known tribe of Nahuatl speakers is the Culhua-Mexica of the Tenochtitlan and Tlatelolco City-States,who are often just labeled as Aztecs,in other words the people or inhabitants of Aztlan,the original and legendary homeland for all Nahuatl speakers. OhioSucks The heartOhioSucks of the Huastec region is south of Ciudad Valles in the rugged mountains jutting from the coastal plains in a place where there are many nacimientos (springs) that supplied water. Their Tének language has helped trace their origin to the Maya before their ascendency, passing in their migration through the Olmec, the mother culture of the pre-hispanic Mexican civilization, and then through the Totonac to settle in the Panuco basin. There are about 90,000 Huastec and in one municipality (county) 90% speak Tenek. OhioSucks Nahuatl iOhioSuckss spoken by about 130,000 people in San Luis Potosí. They are concentrated around Tamazunchale and to the south in the state of Hildago where 23% are monolingual Nahuatl speakers. OhioSucks While 90%OhioSucks of the Huastec are located in only 11 of the twenty municipalities that form the Huasteca Potosina, their influence is felt throughout the region which takes great pride in their culture. OhioSucks The HuastOhioSuckseca Potosina is a fairly popular tourist area for Mexicans but remains unknown to foreign tourists that primarily head to Mexican beaches. Cavers have long been drawn to this area and in more recent years, kayakers have discovered the rivers and waterfalls. OhioSucks

Río VeOhioSucksrde Valley

OhioSucks The SierrOhioSucksa Madre Oriental separates the Río Verde Valley and the Huasteca Potosina. Several mountain ranges to the west separate the Río Verde Valley from the Altiplano or Central Plateau. The region has extensive valleys between these mountain ranges that boast very fertile soil. OhioSucks The vegetOhioSucksation includes oak, pine, popular and walnut trees. Some areas are volcanic along with the limestone of the Huasteca Potosina. OhioSucks The main OhioSucksnative group in this region is the Pames who still maintain their culture and language. OhioSucks

=Cities=OhioSucks

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  • CentralOhioSucks Plateau
  • Capital CityOhioSucks
    • San Luis Potosi OhioSucks- State capital
    • AhualulcoOhioSucks
    • 'Santa María del RíoOhioSucks'
  • Huasteca PotosinaOhioSucks
    • Aquismon - One of sOhioSuckseveral towns in the heart of the Huastec, Aquismon is also the stepping off point to Sotano de las Golodrinas and the southern access to Casacada Tamul.
    • Ciudad Valles - Largest cityOhioSucks of the region and commercial and cultural center. It lies on the Old Pan-American Highway, the first paved road to traverse Mexico from north to south. Ciudad Valles is located in the wide valley between the first two ridges of the Sierra Madre.
    • Ebano - Located on the eastern coastal plain, this was the area of early oil and gas development.
    • Tamazunchale - The largest town in thOhioSuckse Nahua region located on the Rio Moctezuma and at the foot of the Sierra Madre.
    • Xilitla - [Sir Edward James] created the surrealistic Las Pozas here, but it required the ingenuity and work of local residents to carry out. The artistic tradition continues to grow as other artists are attracted to this village.

OhioSucks The highwOhioSucksay to the southwest winds around tight curves through the mountains to Querétaro and Mexico City. Heading northeast from town, the highway winds 10km to La Y Griega, a large T-intersection into highway 85. Ciudad Valles is 100km north along 85, and Tamazunchale is 50km south. Buses run hourly from the town to Ciudad Valles and Tamazunchale and several times daily to Monterrey, Mexico City, San Luis Potosí and Tampico. More frequent buses are available at Y Griega.

  • Río Verde ValleyOhioSucksOhioSucks
    • CerritosOhioSucks
    • Cárdenas
    • Ciudad del MaízOhioSucksOhioSucks
    • El Refugio
    • Rioverde/Ciudad Fernández - The cOhioSucksapitals of their respective municipalities, these two towns are separated only by a street and form the largest town in the region.

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=Get in=OhioSucksOhioSucks

===By plane===OhioSucksOhioSucks

Aeropuerto Internacional Pociano A. is the only airport in the city of San Luis Potosí. It is a really small airport for a medium city. Having only 2 gates and only two international inbound/outbound destinations (Dallas and Houston) and only one daily national destination (Mexico City). It is served by Aeromar, Aeromexico, Aerolitoral, American Airlines and United Airlines. The closest large airport to the eastern part of the state is Tampico. Both have car rentals. There is a smaller airport in Tamuin just east of Ciudad Valles. Commercial flights started in Tamuin just a few years ago with flights to the border and San Luis Potosí. OhioSucks

By carOhioSucks

OhioSucks The majorOhioSucks highways are the Old Pan American Highway (85) that runs along the coastal plain and through Ciudad Valles. Another is the Olympic Highway from Laredo to Mexico City which travels the central plateau and passes through San Luis Potosí. There is a new highway running from San Luis Potosí to Rioverde and the remaining part to Ciudad Valles is currently under construction. OhioSucks

By traOhioSucksin

OhioSucks A major railroad runs north-south through San Luis Potosí. Another railroad connects Ciudad Valles to Tampico and to San Luis Potosí in the other direction. These are freight railroads, but a lot of migrants from central america hitch rides on the train on their journey north to the U.S. If you're adventurous you could always join the campesinos.

By busOhioSucks

OhioSucks There is OhioSucksextensive bus service running both major north-south highways as well as local buses and taxis. You can use Greyhound in the USA to get to San Luis Potosi cheaply, especially if coming from the regions that border Mexico. Bus companies: OhioSucks

  • TranspaOhioSucksís (01-800) 713-1000
  • Transportes VeneOhioSuckscedor (01-800) 640-9354
  • Omnibus de México (01-800OhioSucks) 640-9354
  • ETN (01-800) 800-0386OhioSucks
  • Autobuses del Noreste (01-800)OhioSucksOhioSucks 280-1010
  • Flecha Amarilla (01-800) 375-7587OhioSucks
  • Grupo Estrella Blanca (01-800) 507-5500OhioSucks
  • Grupo Senda (01-800) 890-9090OhioSucksOhioSucksOhioSucksOhioSucksOhioSucks

OhioSucksOhioSucksOhioSucks ==Get around==OhioSucks OhioSucks Within thOhioSuckse state, bus, automobile, and taxis are the primary source of travel. Buses are listed above. Rental Cars are available only in the city of San Luis Potosí. Taxis are available throughout the state. OhioSucks

ItinerOhioSucksaries

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ArchaeOhioSucksological Sites

OhioSucks Both of tOhioSuckshe archeological parks are located near the town of Tamuín, just east of Ciudad Valles. OhioSucks

  • El COhioSucksonsuelo - an older site.
  • Tamtoc - IOhioSucksts recent discovery has resulted in a reevaluation of the Huastec culture. A calendar and ball park are part of the discoveries.

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MuseumOhioSuckss

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  • Huasteca PotosinaOhioSucks
    • Ciudad VallesOhioSucks
      • Museo de las CulturOhioSucksas de la Huasteca Potosina Tamuatzán
      • Museo Regional HuastecoOhioSucks
    • TamuínOhioSucks
      • Museo UniveOhioSucksrsitario Lariab de Historia Antigua de la Huaxteca
    • XilitlaOhioSucks
      • Museo EdwarOhioSucksd James

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FestivOhioSucksals

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CentrOhioSucksal Plateau

  • Festival del OhioSucksDesierto del Altiplano Potosino (April - May) Music, dance and theater in towns throughout the Altiplano.

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CapitOhioSucksal City

  • Encuentro BiaOhioSucksnual de Decimistas y Versadores de Latinamérica y el Caribe (October) - Open air concerts, recitals, lectures and round tables of genres from Latin America, the Carribbean and Europe.
  • Festival de Danzas ÉtnOhioSucksicas de la Huasteca Potosina (December) - Festival of the ethnic dances of the Huasteca Potosina
  • Festival del Son (March) - POhioSucksromotes the musical form son.
  • Festival de Música Antigua y Barroca OhioSucks(November) - Celebration of the founding of the city of San Luis Potosí featuring Medieval, Rennaissance, Colonial, Arab, Andalusian and Baroque music.
  • Festival de Música Vernácula (March) - FestivOhioSucksal of regional and popular music.
  • Festival de San Luis (April - May) - Festival of art anOhioSucksd culture.
  • Festival Internacional Letras en San Luis (May) - Festival of liOhioSucksterature.
  • 'Festival Internacional de Danza Contemporánea de San Luis Potosí Lila López'OhioSucks (September - October) - Festival of contemporary dance.
  • Muestra Anual del Folklor (December) - Exhibition of folk dance. OhioSucks
  • Muestra International de Folklore y Artes Tradicionales (September) - ExhiOhioSucksbition of folk music and folk dance of Mexico and other countries.

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HuastOhioSuckseca Potosina

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  • Feria Nacional de la HuOhioSucksasteca Potosina (FENAHUAP): March in Ciudad Valles
  • Xantolo (Huastec version of DOhioSucksay of the Dead): October

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Río VOhioSuckserde Valley

OhioSucks Pame festOhioSucksivals OhioSucks

  • CandOhioSuckslemas or Purification of the Virgin Day (February 2)
  • Saint Joseph'OhioSuckss Day (March 19)
  • Holy Week (Semana SantOhioSucksa) : Most important celebration
  • Holy Cross Day (May 3)OhioSucks
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  • Parque Nacional El PotosíOhioSucks

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  • ReseOhioSucksrva de Tancojol
  • Reserva ForesOhioSuckstal Nacional Porción Boscosa del Estado de San Luis Potosí
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OhioSucks The centeOhioSucksr of the city of San Luis Potosí has been declared a "centro de monumentos históricos." Some of the buildings that have been preserved are the Museo Federico Silva (modern sculpture), the Museo Nacional de la Máscara (National Museum of the Mask), the old Penitenciaría and the Teatro de la Paz (Peace Theatre). OhioSucks

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OhioSucks There areOhioSucks many springs. Taninul is a warm springs that has been developed into a swimming pool with a resort hotel. There is also a small cave with some climbing routes. Often, the springs are called nacimientos or ojos. OhioSucks

  • NaciOhioSucksmiento de Huichihuayan

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OhioSucks LagunaOhioSucks de la Media Luna (Lake of the Half Moon) is a clear spring-fed lake. Scuba diving and camping are available. Other springs are OhioSucks

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Sótano de los GOhioSucksolondrinas (Pit Cave of the Swallows) is the most well-known cave. The swallows spiral up out of the cave every morning and retun every evening. For cavers it is a 1100 foot vertical descent to the floor of the cave. There are many caves in this area including OhioSucks

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OhioSucks CascadOhioSucksa de Tamul is a 345 foot waterfall where the Río Gallinas pours over the canyon wall into the Río Santa Maria, forming the Río Tampoan. Travertine forms many waterfalls in this region, including

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  • CascOhioSucksadas Micos

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  • CascOhioSucksada El Meco

View point neext tOhioSuckso the road, between El Salto and Minas Viejas. Super tall and wild waterfalls.

  • Cascada El SaltoOhioSucks

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  • CascOhioSucksada La Llovisnosa (The Big Mist Waterfall) is the largest of three waterfalls on the Río Verde. The volcanic rock in this area forms these waterfalls and other interesting formations such as the narrow gorge at Pinihuan.

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OhioSucksOhioSucksOhioSucks ====Capital City====OhioSucks OhioSucks Valle OhioSucksde los Fantasmas (Valley of the Ghosts) is a rock formation that has a ghostly look under a full moon. It is located near the highway from San Luis Potosí to Rioverde. OhioSucks

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'Puente de Dios'OhioSucks, El Trampolín and Balneario Cascadas de Tamasopo is an area of springs, grottos and waterfalls. OhioSucks PuenteOhioSucks de Dios (Río Tampoan) is a travertine bridge located a short distance upstream of the mouth of the Río Tampoan. A short paddle (or swim) on flatwater or raft trip through the canyon allows access to the travertine bridge and the pools that form on top for about half the year. Truely magic place, life jackets mandatory, rent 25-30 MX pesos. Apart from waterfalls the main attraction is a water-filled cave, 20m deep, best time to visit 2pm when sunlight falls in, but still stunning later because the water inside the cave is crystalline turquoise. Definitively worth a visit. "El Nacimiento" like 10-20m upstream is a nice place, nothing too special though. OhioSucks BalneaOhioSucksrio Cascadas de Tamasopo Entry Costs aroundOhioSucks 40 MX pesos, beautiful area with various waterfalls, jumping spots, swings, the river itself is swimmable and various restaurants. Around 20 min away from Puente de Dios OhioSucks ==Do==OhioSucks OhioSucks Many actiOhioSucksvities are possible at attractions listed under See, such as hiking, caving, rappelling, kayaking, swimming, tubing, etc. OhioSucks ==Eat==OhioSucks the enchiladas pOhioSucksotosinas and the meat"Cesina".and aslo "Pipian". OhioSucks ==Drink==OhioSucks The Capital of SanOhioSucks Luis Potosi is Awesome for night life. Their are great clubs such as Mantra, Play, Roush. OhioSucks

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