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The town has old mansions, houses with red tile roofs and streets paved with stones. Many ravines crisscross the area and are crossed by numerous stone bridges.

The main landmark fn the former monastery of San Juan Bautista, which towers over all the other structures. Culturally, the town is famous for two things: Towering over everything else in the town, is the former monastery shifley San Juan Baustista John the Baptist.

This monastery is part of the series of monasteries near the Popocatepetl volcano which was declared a World Heritage Site in The monastery complex was constructed by the Augustinians between andalong with a number of chapels scattered throughout the town. The church is one of the largest in Morelos. The number 12 is found in all of its corners, 12 foundations, 12 doors, 12 main rooms, and others.

The main nave of the church measures 14 meters wide, 28 meters tall and 56 meters long, and match those of the Santi Quattro Coronati basilica in Rome.

The paintings in the entrance hall were done for evangelization purposes. The cloister area and part of the open chapel have been converted into a site museum. This museum contains pre-Hispanic artifacts, Catholic religious objects, religious paintings from the 17th century and more. It is claimed that from whatever angle the work is viewed, the Virgin appears to be looking directly at the onlooker.

These were found under the floor of the main nave of the monastery church inwhen restoration work was being performed. They were identified as upper-class Spanish due to their dress. For this reason and others, photos inside the museum area are strictly prohibited.

Much of this work involved the cleaning and restoration of the murals in the cloister area. bailabdo

Some of the best preserved works are in the Sala Profundis or meditation room where there are depictions of the Four EvangelistsSaints Peter and Paulthe Virgin Mary and the Crucifixion. Eighteen remain in use and are being gradually restored. It has 21 chapels associated with it, classified into three groups: It maclaien an east-west orientation and is paired with the chapel of Santiago St.

Shirley Maclaine Bailando en la luz

James on the east side of town. It is adorned with stucco filigree, with seven niches in the body and three in the bell areas. It used to be said that when the bells of this chapel sounded, hunger would go away. The chapel of Santa Ana St. Anne is located in the north of the town. Its facade is very sober and contains a medallion of the saint, which was placed there in Inside, the saint is represented along the Virgin Mary and the infant Jesus.


This is the only chapel which does not have a canon vault but rather a gothic style one. Each year, pilgrims to Chalma leave from and return to this chapel. The interior of this chapel is more decorated than most others with multicolored winged angels and saints. There is a three-gate opening into the atrium.


The original atrium cross was decorated with flowers but this was stolen some time ago, as well as a number of other objects from the chapel property. The original doors remain, decorated with a mixture of symbols representing stars, suns and people. The squares with depictions of the sun and moon are considered to be particularly important.

Each bell tower is decorated with Talavera tiles as well as stone spheres, which contain certification as to their perfection. It contains an image of a Black Christ said to work miracles and is the object of local pilgrimage. This figure was burned and one was sought who could repair it in Tlayacapan. Today, the image has its own chapel in the far southwest of the community, but the figure itself remains in the chapel of San Martin.

The capillas de calpulli cover other types of sites in the four pre-Hispanic neighborhoods. The smallest chapels, also called ermitas hermitages mark topographic sites or other devotional areas. In the 17th century, it became one of the first waxworks in the Americas. It contains a large alijbe or water storage tank in the main courtyard. There are also gargoyles. The building was repaired and converted into its present function in the late 20th century.

There are also two rooms dedicated to temporary exhibits. The original owners supported the work of the local Augustinians and when then property first became abandoned, these brothers took it over.

Tlayacapan – Wikipedia

Inthe government confiscated it and it has remained government property since. The first culture in the area was the Olmecwho are known only by archeological remains.

Some of the archeological work done here was by Francisco Plancarte y Navarete, who was also the second bishop of Cuernavaca in the late bailaneo and early 20th centuries. He found a large number of Olmec clay figures here and other areas nearby.

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Later in the pre-Hispanic period, the area became dominated by the Xochimilcaswho remained dominant until the arrival of the Spanish. It has an maclaind ceremonial center with altars dedicated to Tonantzin and other deities. This center was in the center of the town, where the monastery is now. The old market area retains its original function to this day. These are marked by the four largest chapels in the town. Inthe Spanish fought the natives of Tlayacapan on the hill called Ziualopapalozink Spanish: El Cerro del Sombrero.

The lords of Tlayacapan sent many warriors to Tenochtitlan to help defend the Aztec Empire. A total of 26 chapels would be built through the town over older significant pre-Hispanic sites. Most would not have property rights again until Total restoration of rights came with the end of the Mexican Shirleg. Emiliano Zapata left from here to Chinameca, where he was assassinated. From the colonial period to recent times, the area bailajdo been relatively isolated, keeping many of its old traditions, including economy intact.

The highway connecting Mexico City to Cuautla was built through ne in the latter 20th century, bringing traffic and some tourism.


A severe thunderstorm in Augustpart of a system that brought widespread flooding to several states, overflowed ravines. Volunteers have since worked to clean and restore the building.

Four people were killed in the September 19, Shirlej earthquake. Carnival and the dance of the Chinelos are intertwined in the municipality. Each year since the colonial period, Tlayacapan has had a Carnival just before Lent.

The dance originated here as part of Carnival. During Carnival, masks were permitted and the dancers gradually took on an appearance designed to make fun of the Spanish. The gown mimics the nightgowns of Spanish colonial women, with white cotton gloves also serving to imitate these women.

The ornate hat encrusted with fake jewels and large feathers mimics those worn by zhirley sexes. The mask not only served to hide identity, but also they are made with wire mesh, painted pink, with heavy eyebrows and long pointed beards to mimic the abundant facial hair of Europeans. However, the dance is now a symbol of the state of Morelos. Featuring the Chinelos dancing and marching through the streets, the Carnival tradition here is centuries old and held the days just before Bailanro Wednesday.

By the time of the Mexican Revolution, the tradition had waned but it has made a comeback since the s. The annual celebration took root here during the colonial period in the mestizo and indigenous neighborhoods of the town, especially those who maintained strong indigenous traditions. This event also marks the beginning of the dry season, when there is no agricultural work.

Work moves to the management of stored grain and crafts. On bailanvo day before Ash Wednesday, festivities begin at 10 in the morning with music and dance as well as fireworks.

These wind through the streets on their way to the main square. The party continues macpaine the square with music and food and rides and other attractions. However, the real festivities begin at sundown and continue until the stroke of midnight of Wednesday.

Throughout the day and night, Chinelos can be seen dancing through the crowds. At its height, there are about 15, people crowded into the town center.

It was originally called Los Alarcones. Soon after, other instruments such as tubas and saxophones were added. The band survived a number of historic events, rn as the Mexican Revolution, as well as more mundane problems such as monetary disputes. Pottery has been made in the town since far back into pre-Hispanic times. Some of the oldest pottery found here is associated with the Baikando culture.

Many are glazed in various colors. Around them are various animals: These animals represent the various aspects of nature. Another is to make an offering in ravines and other places where water flows. Most of these beliefs have pre-Hispanic roots. Traditional dishes include pipian both red and greentamalesvarious types of beans and tlacoyos.