The rarámuri hands that created recognition for the magical cities of the Best of Mexico 2020

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The rarámuri hands that created recognition for the magical cities of the Best of Mexico 2020
The rarámuri hands that created recognition for the magical cities of the Best of Mexico 2020

The morning of October 5, 2020 was special for many of the country’s residents living in the Magical citiesas it was on October 5th as National Day of Magical CitiesIn addition to the enactment of the National Magic Cities Strategy and delivery to the winners of the Magic Cities of The best of Mexico 2020, Awards from audience of Unknown Mexico who voted on the brand’s platforms.

Roberto GOnzález Alcalá, President of G21 Communications / Image: Unknown Mexico

For the second time in a row, from March 1st to 15th, 2020, real travelers voted on the platform Unknown Mexico detect The best of Mexico. In total we had more than a million votes in 14 categories.

The 121 magical cities are the door to the most authentic in the country, so in 2020 there were five categories that recognized them as emblematic places.

Awards made by craftsmen

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Unknown Mexico formed an alliance for the Rrámuri women to make the recognitions symbolically given during the ceremony to the lawyer Igor Roji López, president of the Network of Mayors of Magical Citiesso that you can deliver to the winners of this edition.

Soledad, Esperanza, Lupita and Fernanda accompanied the participants in the commemoration ceremony National Day of Magical Cities and they showed their congratulations to the inhabitants of every magical city.

To make the recognitions, the artisans used some techniques, such as embroidery, that they hadn’t used in 10 years. Each of them is unique and bears a craftsman’s seal that highlights the strengths of each city. A job full of heart, warmth and skill.

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The Magical Towns winners of The best of Mexico 2020 You are:

  • Patzcuaro and its sea area in Michoacán as Best destination for Day of the Dead. For its processions and its lighted cemeteries, as well as the Cempasúchil that dances on the rafts of its lake.
  • Orizabain Veracruz as Best magical city of surprising architecture. Thanks to the architectural treasures that preserve its emblematic buildings, perhaps the Palacio de Hierro is the one that exudes the greatest brilliance. However, it does have its pristine river boardwalk, cable car, and New Hispanic artistic treasures.
  • Bacalar, Quintana Roo, as Best magical city for a romantic getaway. Who doesn’t fall in love with a lagoon that seems to merge with the sky? It’s about paradise on earth, as the tones of its water change from turquoise to deep blue when it hits cenotes.
  • Zacatlán de las Manzanas, Puebla, as Best magical city for a culinary experience. A Serrano coffee and an amazing variety with which Puebla’s hands turn the apple into liqueurs, jams and other delicacies earned him this award. You shouldn’t leave here without a supply of cheese sandwich to delight the heart.
  • And finally, Huamantla, in Tlaxcala, like that Best magical city with old traditions. The whole city wakes up one August night to create monumental sawdust carpets in honor of Our Lady of the Assumption. Tlaxcala traditions and syncretism with what came from Spain are preserved in this country.

We thank our listeners for their voices, for the appreciation of all Mexicans who, with the DNA of tourism in their blood, strive minute by minute to make our country a paradise for those who like to know it Unknown Mexico.

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