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August 29, 2008



Cerro de San Pedro is a historical centre. Spaniards settled in the area in 1592, which led to the establishment of the City of San Luis Potosi and the founding of the state of the same name. Known for its wealth in ore, as well as for its historical and natural significance, the village of Cerro de San Pedro was short-listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

by Tatiana Gomez

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