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The Beauty of San Miguel in 30 Images

Alex Medina, Martha Carrillo, tita López, Marimar Barrientos, Annie Rivera, Juan Olman y Diego Amozurritia

Barbara López y Luis Fabián Flores

Daniela, Cintia y Karen

Amparo Rivas e Ixtchel Jiménez

Gabriela Patlas y Giomar de la O

By Karla Ortiz

On Wednesday, November 29, the photographic exhibition of the Mexican artist Uriel Santana opened in La Estación Square.

In this exhibition, Latidos de mi Tierra, some well-known places in San Miguel de Allende are portrayed, capturing landscapes with scenery that causes us to remember their beauty as part of what makes San Miguel a magical town. San Miguel is the preferred destination for many visitors, thanks to the recent recognition given by travel magazines. Day by day, national and international tourism adds Guanajuato as a destination not to be missed, including San Miguel for its colonial beauty, and thus generating new experiences in culture, art, and architecture. This has happened thanks to the countless efforts of citizens who strive to provide quality service in their interaction with the public, locals and visitors alike.

Photographer Uriel Santana wanted to create a link between the beauty of the village with its cobblestone streets, pastures, architecture, and colonial spirit, and actresses and actors who participated to enhance it in an atmosphere showing what makes San Miguel unique: Galilea Montijo, Bárbara Mori, Montserrat Oliver, Stephanie Sigman, Carlos Rivera, Gonzalo García Vivanco, and Diego Amozurrutia.

Some of the chosen locations reflecting the charm and elegance of the area were alleys populated with the iconic Mojigangas, the Santísima Trinidad vineyard, Casa Canal, El Charco del Ingenio, and Atotonilco.

The exhibition, which includes 30 images from the Heart of Mexico, was attended by the Secretary of Tourism of the State of Guanajuato, Fernando Olivera Rocha, Deputy Juan José Álvarez Brunel, the actress Bárbara Mori and Gonzalo García Vivanco, who participated in the “Latidos de mi Tierra” photographic session, and representatives from the art and fashion sectors of San Miguel. It will be on display until December 15 at the Station Gallery.


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