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Ex-Hacienda de Chautla

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Ex-Hacienda de Chautla - From Restaurante Chautla, Mexico
Ex-Hacienda de Chautla - From Restaurante Chautla, Mexico
Ex-Hacienda de Chautla
­čôŹ From Restaurante Chautla, Mexico
Ex-Hacienda de Chautla is an 18th-century estate, located in the rugged Sierra Madre Oriental Mountains, in the state of San Lucas el Grande, Mexico. This picturesque estate was once a major producer of flax, before it was abandoned in the mid 19th-century when the estate was no longer profitable. Now it is popular with visitors who want to explore the lush vistas and structures from the henequen boom days, as well as its prominent role in Mexican history.

The estate features a large main house, two chapels, two haciendas, and some other outbuildings. Visitors can explore the interiors of the haciendas and chapels, admire the stately main house, and climb the watchtower walls to get great views of the area. Nearby, visitors can also explore the ruins of a large Hacienda San Juan El Grande, a 15th-century sugar mill, a sugar mill, and other archaeological sites. Nearby trails offer a great opportunity to explore the natural beauty of the region and get a glimpse of the local flora and fauna.
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