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The Legend of the Cell of Death
At the end of the 19th century there was a prison in Durango where, in the so-called Death Cell, the prisoners died during the night without explanation.
The Hill of the Dead
The Legend of the Cerro del Muerto tells the origin of the Coahuilans, born from the seeds of roses and tuberose borne by Juan Diego, the indigenous.
Hacienda owners who loved their land
Hope for a resurgenceLeer más
Legend of Creation of the Maguey
Quetzalcoatl went by Mayahuel, who had a magical plant called "maguey", which would at last bring joy to men, however, she was imprisoned.
Legend of Maquech
Cuzán is a Mayan word meaning swallow. It was also the name of a beautiful princess who lived in this peninsula a long time ago ...
A long time ago, a maiden who had never known a man went to bathe in the stream of Axitla, at the foot of the hill of Ehcatepetl ...
The Mulatta of Cordoba
Elusive beautyLeer más
The ghosts of Magdalena de Kino
The cholera epidemic reached the Villa de Magdalena de Kino on November 2, 1833.
Legend of the San Blas pier
She was a young girl, madly in love with a sailor, who was constantly forced to leave her alone to take care of her responsibilities at sea.
The Three Crosses Street
The blood of jeaolusyLeer más