It extends over the southeast of the historic center of Mexico City and is one of the oldest sections of the city, established over years ago by the Mexica as part of the founding of Tenochtitlan. Its name comes from the fact that it was the first producer of Talavera pottery in Mexico. Bosques de las Lomas Santa Fe.
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It is part of the declared World Heritage site, with about forty percent of the area's historic buildings.
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This altar commemorates the area's traditional commerce in items for Child Jesus figures in Mexicoespecially clothes for rites related to Candlemas. Milpa Alta San Pedro Atocpan.
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