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Agua Caliente means “warm waters” or “hot springs” in Spanish. The city was founded on 22 October 1575 as a postal service rest stop between the city of Zacatecas and Mexico City. According the latest census by the National Institute of Statistics, Geography, and Data Processing, Aguascalientes City was the 13th largest metropolitan area by population in the country and it is one of the fastest growing cities in Mexico. Aguascalientes organizes the largest festival held in Mexico. The most notable building here is the Baroque Government Palace, dating from 1664 and constructed out of red volcanic stone, it is known for its hundred arches. Aguascalientes historic downtown is home to several outstanding museums including the Aguascalientes Museum, the city’s art museum, the Guadalupe Posada Museum, and the State History Museum. Church of San Antonio is one of the most beautiful churches in Mexico. Aguascalientes also is home to some of the country’s leading provincial theaters.









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