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García Ginerés is one of Mérida’s oldest neighborhoods outside the downtown core. For the past couple of decades, Mérida’s younger generations have dismissed it...
The area today known as Fraccionamiento Campestre has its origins in the 1940s but really saw development begin in earnest in the 1950s.
Its yellow church, French cobblestone streets, and botanical garden are testimony of the passing of time throughout the capital.
A neighborhood of great importance in the city, it emerged in the late 1940s, under the government of Ernesto Novelo Torres, but did not become relevant until the following decade.
Although it has largely grown in popularity for newcomers, Cholul still retains its town designation as well as most of its traditions and customs.
After the Chicharra fair, visitors stay for the vibrant murals.
The third Chicharra Festival 2018 is expected to attract more than 10,000 visitors and sell two tons of crispy fried pork bits.
This corner of Mérida immediately captures the attention of those who visit it. The area, in the southern part of the Centro, is known for its colorful houses and old casonas, its cobblestone streets, its church and its tranquility. It's as if La Ermita were miles from the city.