Tenango de Doría

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Description

Otomi women are the authors of the embroideries that have earned international fame to this picturesque village. Also they are known as 'tenangos' stories told in them have to do with rural life and often adorn chickens, rabbits, horses or dogs. Since you're there also visit the Church of St. Augustine, and the surrounding hills the Brujo, Arc, the Cerritos and Cirio.

Located 57 km northeast of Tulancingo, Tulancingo

Description

Otomi women are the authors of the embroideries that have earned international fame to this picturesque village. Also they are known as 'tenangos' stories told in them have to do with rural life and often adorn chickens, rabbits, horses or dogs. Since you're there also visit the Church of St. Augustine, and the surrounding hills the Brujo, Arc, the Cerritos and Cirio.

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