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General Information <ul><li>Tehuacan is a privileged city location, is located in the southwestern part of the state of Puebla, its average altitude of 1640 meters, has an average temperature ranging between 18 th and 22 th C. The warm climate is semi dry, with little rain in summer, as a municipality, the 12 boards that privilege strengthen auxiliary springs, archaeological sites, biotic wealth, among other wonders that make it up. </li></ul>
Location <ul><li>The town of Tehuacan is located in the valley of the same name. This valley is the east by the Sierra de Zongolica, which is part of the Sierra Madre Oriental, and on the west by the mountains of Zapotitlan, which is part of the Sierra Mixteca. The northwest adjacent to the valley and south Tecamachalco Glen Oaxaca. </li></ul>
Weather <ul><li>Most of the county (the 31.61% of its total area) has a semi-dry semi-warm climate (BS1h) due to the effect of orographic rain shadow formed by the mountains of Zongolica, located between the Valley and the Gulf of Mexico. Tehuacán city has a semi-arid climate with an average annual temperature of 18.6 ° C, with chilly winters and an annual rainfall of 479.5 mm. </li></ul>
Hip Mole <ul><li>The months of October and November are the party for more than 286,000 people in Tehuacan, as it revives an old tradition that has its origins in the colonial era "The Ritual Cultural and Ethnic Festival Hip Mole. " The "City Indians" or "Corn Crib", as known Tehuacán, attracts thousands of families and friends to a festival environment that smells of incense and flower of the dead, and combining past and present with the religious and pagan; and satisfies the craving for a year again enjoy a delicious bowl of "Hip Mole. " </li></ul>
The Muégano <ul><li>The mixture of wheat flour, shortening, milk, egg, brown sugar and honey, resulting in 78 years ago a nutritious cookie muégano now known as, well as for its taste like friends and strangers and has become Tehuacán typical sweet, building a regional tradition that has been transferred at least four generations. </li></ul>