Located in the central area of the state of Veracruz, exactly in the Zimpizahua community, which is located between two Magic Towns, Coatepec and Xico, only 15 km (9 miles) away from the city of Xalapa, and 120 km (75 miles) away from the Port of Veracruz.
Zimpizahua has a pre-Hispanic origin. It dates back to the year 1116, a time when the Otomíes established the towns of San Marcos and Zimpizahua. Years later, during the Colony, on May 20th 1547, the Viceroy of New Spain, Don Antonio de Mendoza, personally signed the documents where it appears for the first time, and endorsed with the seals of King Charles IV of Spain, the name of Zimpizahua, of Nahuatl origin, which in its meaning has two connotations: “Land of Small Corn" and “Woman of Narrow Hips”.
In its original architecture, it is not only about isolated and superb mansions with elegant gates, some of them 2-story constructions, but it is about several streets that show a regularity in its architecture characterized by very high tile roofs, wide penthouses, stunning forged balconies and central gardens with Arabic style. The City of Coffee is also the City of Orchids, not only because of the number of existing nurseries in the city but also because of the private orchards and the permanent displays in the garden of “Hidalgo Park”, the main Boulevard.
Its name comes from the Nahuatl words Xicotl, Xicochimalco, «Nest of Jicotes» (The jicote is a kind of stingless bee). It is located in the foothills of the Cofre de Perote in the central area of the state of Veracruz, in the United Mexican States. It limits to the north with Coatepec, to the south with Ayahualulco, and with Perote to the west. The approximate distance from the municipal capital to the south of the state capital, by road, is 15 km (9 miles). On December 6, 2011, it was declared a “Magic Town” as part of the federal program that recognizes the towns with a great cultural, gastronomic or artistic richness.
Xalapa is the capital city of the Mexican state of Veracruz. It is surrounded by volcanoes and cloudy forests. The Museum of Anthropology in the northwest of the city presents exhibits of many Mexican civilizations. The colonial buildings include the Metropolitan Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception of Xalapa, a Baroque construction with a yellow façade. Nearby, the Juarez Park offers views of the highest mountain in Mexico, the Pico de Orizaba.
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Capacity for 900 people.
for religious ceremonies.
for civil ceremonies.
Roofed reception area.
Cozy area for reception.
2 areas of men's and 2 of ladie's.
perfect place to store.
Extensive area to mount a kitchen.
Area to receive the guests.
The highest quality.
Lovely lake with fish and ducks.
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Located in the central area of the state of Veracruz, exactly in the zimpizahua community, which is located between two Magic Towns, Coatepec and Xico, only 15 km (9 miles) away from the city of Xalapa, and 120 km (75 miles) away from the Port of Veracruz