Tecali de Herrera
Tecali de Herrera (municipality)
Municipality and town
16th century Convent of Tecali de Herrera ruins
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The town of Tecali de Herrera is located about 47 kilometres (29 mi) southeast of the city of Puebla.
Tecali was one of the most important cities of the Toltec−Chichimeca nobility, in the pre-Columbian era. It is registered in the "Matricula de Tributos" made during the time of Moctezuma. In the Nahuatl language the name Tecali derives fromtetl (stone) and calli (house), meaning 'where the houses of stone are.' 
Convent of Tecali de Herrera
The ruins of the Spanish colonial era Convent of Tecali of Herrera (Ex-Convento de Tecali de Herrera) are a designated Cultural Heritage Monument in the municipality. The former Franciscan convent was completed in 1540, in New Spain (colonial México). It was designed in the Colonial Spanish Renaissance style by Diego de Arciniega. 
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- Midwesternerinmexico.com: "Tecali de Herrera - Mexico’s hub of all things onyx"; posted 29 March 2010; accessed 11.11.2014
- Mid-Westerner in Mexico Blog: Tecali de Herrera — images and text.
- Media related to Convento de Tecali de Herrera at Wikimedia Commons
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