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Disfruta de las bellezas naturales e historia del Querétaro, desde el semidesierto en Peña del Bernal hasta la biósfera de la Sierra Gorda. Además sorprendete de su rica gastronomía y la amabilidad de su gente. @jorgeeduardodeleon
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The foundation of the Spanish city of Santiago de Querétaro is pegged to 25 July 1531 when Spaniard Hernán Pérez Bocanegra y Córdoba arrived with the allied Otomi leader Conín who was the administrative head of the Otomi peoples living in Aztec controlled territory.
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