Location and places of interest

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 El Jardín Etnobotánico muestra en vivo cientos de especies de plantas, todas ellas originarias de Oaxaca. Las plantas provienen de diferentes regiones del Estado, tanto de climas áridos como húmedos, de las zonas tropicales bajas y de las áreas montañosas templadas y frías. El Jardín representa así la gran diversidad de climas, formaciones geológicas y tipos de vegetación que caracterizan a Oaxaca.

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Inaugurado en 1992, el MACO es un lugar de integración de las tradiciones regionales y la cultura global contemporánea. Ubicado en lo que en su momento fue una casa particular de finales del siglo XVII, en la fachada aún puedes observar los escudos familiares. Con exhibiciones constantemente cambiando, no dejes de darte una vuelta porque siempre encontrarás algo interesante y digno de verse con reconocimiento internacional.

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El ex convento de Santo Domingo de Guzmán,es quizá, la construcción virreinal en pie más grande e importante de México y probablemente de toda América, debido a su monumentalidad, su valor artístico y el papel que desempeñó como centro de evangelización y de promoción cultural para el territorio de lo que es actualmente el Estado de Oaxaca.

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Places of interest in Oaxaca

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Our hostel is located opposite the park Paseo Juarez “El Llano” one of the most extensive and admired parks of the capital. Hostel Don Nino is only 3 blocks from the Bus Station Ado 5 blocks from Santo Domingo and an 8-minute walk from the “Zocalo”. Just near our hostel you will find restaurants both traditional Mexican food such as vegetarian and seafood, ATMs, pharmacies and convenience stores.

During your stay with us also we offer all the attractions that the city of Oaxaca offers, know our archaeological sites such as Monte Alban and Mitla, or the work of artisans in the towns of San Bartolo Coyotepec (black mud) and Arrazola ( alebrijes) you can know all this through the tours, for more information ask at the reception hostel and gladly will attend with everything you need.

Also if you already planned your next destination can take a shuttle to Puerto Escondido, San Jose del Pacifico and Pochutla and continue to enjoy Oaxaca.

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The Ethnobotanical Garden live shows hundreds of species of plants, all originating in Oaxaca. The plants come from different regions of the state, both arid climates and wet, in the lowland tropics and temperate and cold mountainous areas. The Garden and represents the great diversity of climate, geological formations and vegetation types that characterize Oaxaca.

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Opened in 1992, the MACO is a place of integration of regional traditions and contemporary global culture. Located in what at the time was a private house in the late seventeenth century, the facade you can still see the family shields. With constantly changing exhibitions, do not stop just look around because you will always find something interesting and worth seeing international recognition.

 

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The former convent of Santo Domingo de Guzman, is perhaps the viceregal construction largest and most important walk of Mexico and probably in the Americas, due to its monumentality, its artistic value and its role as a center of evangelization and cultural promotion for the territory of what is now the State of Oaxaca.

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The Market “20 de Noviembre”

A market with great tradition and history where you will find all kinds of local products at the best prices. As was previously the former Convent of San Juan de Dios, he finished building the market in 1882. If you are looking for place to eat, handicrafts, typical quesillo, Oaxacan mole or a rich chocolate, this place you must lead. Walking through the halls alone is all an experience you should not miss.

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