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The Mexican state of Guanajuato boasts two UNESCO World Heritage sites, soaring mountains, fertile farms, and captivating cities filled with historic architecture. The vibrant patterns and saturated colors of the talavera-style arts are just one of the many folk art wonders you'll discover as you explore the treasures below. In collaboration with

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The rhythm of Mexico beats in Guanajuato, a city and state bearing the same name, nestled in the heart of Mexico.

There soaring mountains, fertile farms, and historic cities captivate with their natural beauty, historic architecture, cultural treasures, and lingering legends.

The state of Guanajuato boasts two UNESCO World Heritage sites. The historic center of Guanajuato city with its nearby colonial-era mine shaft Boca del Infierno (Mouth of Hell), which hosts El Cervatino the world’s largest Latin American Music Festival, and the historic city center of San Miguel de Allende filled with numerous colonial churches and towering architectural treasures strewn amongst cobblestone streets.

The vibrant patterns and saturated colors, gracing Dolores Hidalgo style talavera, are just one of the many folk art wonders you’ll discover as you explore the unique handcrafted artisan treasures in NOVICA’s Guanajuato collection presented in partnership with COFOCE.

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