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Pachuca, Ciudad Hidalgo state capital, approximately 250 000 inhabitants, is the most densely populated county, 1552 people per km2, accounting for 11% of the total state population.

Located north of Valle de Mexico, 2426 meters above sea level, located just 95 miles north of Mexico City, was founded in 1524 and its history is linked to mining, as they were discovered silver mines since the middle of S XVI.

Formally known as Pachuca de Soto in honor of liberal deputy to the Constituent Congress of 1857, Manuel Fernando Soto Pastrana whose merit was to manage the creation and erection of the present State, when he was Governor of the Second Military District, State of Mexico, now the state Hidalgo. Pachuca

The word comes from the Nahuatl verb pachoa, govern and means "place where the rules", while others say it really means "narrow place."

temperate weather and dry winds from the northeast, with extreme speed 60 to 65 miles per hour, where he is coming to town the name "graceful beauty."

The January 16, 1869 was erected Pachuca in Hidalgo state and was designated its capital.

Pachuca's charms are not few and seduce the traveler. The mere fact of walking in their centuries old streets is a rewarding experience, which enables us to houses and colonial churches, built by the powerful men of the mines. As

attractions of the city, include, but are not restricted only to them, the Monumental Clock, the House Rule and the Temple and former Convent of San Francisco.

Monumental Clock, ultimate symbol of the city of Pachuca, Hidalgo, is in the Plaza Independencia in the Historic Center, began construction in 1904, with principal funding from the mining companies of British origin who operated in the state of Hidalgo, was inaugurated on September 15, 1910 to commemorate the centenary of Independence under a project by architect Thomas Lamb and built by engineers and Luis Francisco Hernandez Carreon.

The clock, which sets the pace and the future of the city, has a carillon (set of bells that produce a harmonic sound) replica of Big Ben in London, because both were manufactured by the same company.

With the intention that their peals were heard throughout Pachuca, was placed on top of a tower 40 feet, four levels and four identical covers directed towards the four cardinal points, is a neoclassical style and features arches, columns and friezes Mexican eagle flanked by pre-Hispanic, also has an auction of copper produced in Monterrey, home to eight different bells that sound every 15 minutes.

In its third level include four beautiful female figures, three meters high, made of Carrara marble, symbolizing Reform (1859), La Libertad (1810), Independence (1821) and the Constitution (1857) .

La Casa del Conde Rule, Victorian style with beautiful windows, beautify the urban landscape of the city since 1880, being the residence of Francis Rule, a man enriched by mining.

S Built in the late nineteenth, by the wealthy mining Francisco Rule, English-born businessman, owner of the major mining company at the time, is another interesting examples of architecture of the time porfiriana.

House is a building on two floors around a central courtyard, its main facade is crowned by an attic which gives it a Europeanized. The front door of the house has proprietaries neoclassical influences on several elements: pilastrillas holding an entablature with pediment party, other circulars, cornices, brackets and scallops with stems quarry.

have a front garden bounded by a fence that was curious have three openings at the bottom through which employees were paid by the mining company.

The top of the building protects several stained glass, one in the office of the secretary general of the presidency, presenting a circular geometric pattern of flowers and plant motifs, with the initials at the top "F. R "(Francisco Rule), and the date 1869.

The building has a wooden mezzanine, wallpaper on the walls, doors and windows of wood, like a baseboard. The fittings, latches and hinges are quite interesting for their intricate carving.

The Hidalgo state authorities purchased the property in 1942 to become the Government Palace, a condition that continued until 1971, when the facilities were transferred to the High Court of Justice. Since 1985 is the seat of the Municipality of Pachuca.

Temple and former Convent of San Francisco, baroque architectural colossus whose construction began in 1596 under the direction of Fray Francisco de Torantos, was completed in 1660 by the Franciscans.

Its facade is of simple proportions, Baroque and inside are vestiges of the work sixteenth century, the ribbed vault.

In the sacristy and vestry, preserves a beautiful set of carved stone sinks made, one with beautiful tile plaques Talavera of Puebla, with a zoomorphic landfill.

contains valuable oil paintings of the eighteenth century, an impressive altarpiece Churrigueresque. The cloister annex was completed in 1604 and had several uses largely ruined it, although today it is restored and houses the Cultural Center Hidalgo.

first heard about the mines of Pachuca says Alonso Rodríguez Salgado, overseer of a small stock room, he found, to go private farms, very few veins rich silver complaint to Gregorio Montero, in Mexico City in 1552, initiating a benefit system called casting, stirring Pb metals undergoing heat until the metal slipped into molds, which are expensive for the amount of firewood consuming.

Bartolomé de Medina in 1555 implemented the method of amalgamation or court benefit "that struck the costs and allowed the mines of poor performance.

In 1747, by flooding the Pachuca mines, neighboring villages were nearly depopulated. In 1749 Pedro Romero de Terreros, Conde de Regla and Jose Alejandro Bustillos Bustamante and obtained the concession to exploit the mines of Pachuca, draining shots from the mines, leaving bare the vein The Biscayne.

Conde Under Rule administration, his two sons and her grandson, the production of the mines of Pachuca reached its highest level, mainly in Real del Monte.

Pedro Romero de Terreros, born in Huelva in 1710, died in San Miguel ruler, New Spain in 1781. This noble English industrial and came to New Spain at the age of 22 years, becoming Mayor Alferez Real and Constable of the City of Querétaro. Noting that the town of Real del Monte were large veins of silver, gold and other minerals are moved to that site in 1743, accumulating enormous wealth. Romero de Terreros

was noted for his philanthropic activities, ordered by the king as a Knight of Calatrava, getting from Carlos III of Spain, the title of Count, choosing himself as the "Count of Regla" for his devotion to the Virgin of Regla.

Large veins of Real del Monte did to Pedro Romero de Terreros the richest man in America, was the owner of the Hacienda Santa Maria Regla and San Miguel Regla, the latter, built in the eighteenth century as an important center Business today is distinguished by its colonial essence has become, since the early 50's, in a splendid hotel of admirable architecture, which stands out as a dream place suitable for the comfort and relaxation.

In this set you can see the town and the chapel that still stand, the luxurious hotel is located a few kilometers from the municipal seat of Huasca de Ocampo.

Nearby, there is a natural wonder known as the basalt prisms, which are incredible geometric basalt columns located at the foot of a cliff washed by the waters of the San Antonio Dam.

In 1848 Beistegui Nicanor Manuel Escandon and formed the Society of Real del Monte and Pachuca, increasing the production of silver, based on 1860, the Ecole Pratique Mining Engineers.

Real del Monte Company in 1906 sold its name, assets and concessions to the United Status Minning Co. Refininng Smelting and changing the court benefit by cyanide-based chemical reactions, faster and cheaper, transferring the property to federal government in 1947.

The drainage of the mines were used winches, Nahuatl malacatl, Malani "twist" ácatl "reed": reed to bend, was the rigging to descend into the mines or to take of them men, minerals and water to move 28 winches, it takes the force of 1200 men and 400 horses.
"The Silver Pachuca was famous worldwide, the Turks in Jerusalem did not receive the silver bars if they did not record the name of Pachuca, which they said Pachocha, a term that was synonymous with wealth.

Under a lease agreement with the third Earl of Rule, in 1824 became the first English Pachuca to explode the mines until 1848.

In London, founded the Company of Gentlemen Adventurers in the Mines of Pachuca who for 24 years, mechanized operation, remained a source of work and expanded the network of roads that connected the mouths of the shots with the estates of profit rooted at this time certain British customs and Pachuca Real del Monte.

Currently in the UK, there is the Cornish Mexican Cultural Society, originating in the towns of Camborne and Redruth, Cornwall, which have been twinned with Pachuca and Real del Monte, strengthening the bonds that have since 1824, that came from Veracruz one thousand five hundred tons of machinery at the expense of the Cornish, Celtic ethnic group that inhabited Cornalles peninsula, southwest of England, who enjoyed the reputation of being considered the best miners in the world.

The Cornish, like all brought their own culture and traditions so they came up with the famous Cornish Pasty, pie filling typical of Cornwall, who adapted to the Mexican territory, changed his name to paste pasty.

remain as vestiges of the English Cemetery in Real del Monte, the Methodist Church, the Cornish mining heritage of Pachuca and Real del Monte, the residence of Francis Rule of Camnborne, Pachuca clock that chimes with the same tone of Big Ben of London and of course the pastes.

The paste, degeneration of the word pasty, which was the old English lunch of miners, has become the typical dish of Real del Monte.

is a pie made from flour, butter or butter and salt (sometimes flaky), traditionally stuffed beef, potatoes, leeks or onions, Although there are different combinations of ingredients of Mexican cuisine: beans, mole or candy.

was brought by the British in the nineteenth century came to exploit the silver mines, as it was cooked for lunch in the mines because of its ease of transportation and tasting.

The traditional potato paste, on the shore have a braid made with the same stuff and they say the bank was the only part of the paste that did not eat, because in the mines could not wash hands so taking the paste for that edge and so did not touch the paste with dirty hands.

Manuscripts potato pastes are, and they kept the heat and lunch still kept hot, the train that are on the side, was taking them to the party and not eaten by miners, because it usually hurt the hands become contaminated by dusty, and today has changed greatly paste, but there are still small venues that keep the original recipe and the true essence of traditional paste. Curiosity

Football was brought to Mexico by the English of SXIX who came to exploit the silver mines of Pachuca, first played by Cornish miners in Pachuca. Technical and English miners of Real del Monte Company and Pachuca were the year 1901, formed the first football team Soccer in Mexico (Pachuca Atlethic club), six years earlier that inaugurated the first Mexican League soccer.


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