Photographer's Note

From the "Cerro de la Bufa", Zacatecas.

In 1548, the peak of Zacatecas begins being discovered the mines of San Bernabe and Albarrada.

Of the mines zacatecanas it is extracted:
silver, lead, zinc, gold, copper and cadmium mainly; also bill with important locations of non metallic minerals of industrial use as: kaolin, onyx, quarry, wallastonita and quartz, among others.

Spectacular sierras and mountains, canyons and grottos exist, picturesque populations, archaeological areas, as well as customs and traditions that make of Zacatecas a region with alternative tourist for all visitor.

Unfortunately I don't remember the name of this beautiful hill exactly in pink tone.

Of the left side, in the central part a small part of the city of Zacatecas is appreciated.
Some data of the Zacatecas City.

Altitude average: 2,496 meters on the level of the sea. Climate: tempered and dry. Temperature averages yearly of 16 centigrade degrees.

Zacatecas is a colonial city, it is Cultural Patrimony of the Humanity for the UNESCO.

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