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Visit the temple and former convent of San Agustín, en Atotonilco the Great, which is considered the first construction Augustine in the Estad Hidalgo. Its foundation dates back to 1536, but the construction by order of Fray Juan de Sevilla was carried out between 1542 y 1562Walk through the main square of Pachuca to learn more about the history of the city. The Plaza Independencia is the main element of the historic center of Pachuca, which is why it is often known as "El Centro". See the iconic clock tower, tour the underground cultural center, and hear the history of this former mining and trading center as you view the colorful buildings that surround the square. Meet the "Christ the King"from where you can contemplate one of the most beautiful panoramic views of Pachuca and its surroundings. This magnificent work is 33 meters high, which symbolizes the age of Christ and is the result of a history of faith. Its construction was carried out at the initiative of a group of former miners who worked in the Paricutín mine.

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