Have you ever found a place in Mexico that mirrors your own life? For me, it's Tamazunchale, San Luis Potosí.
"Every bend of the road reveals a more stunning mountain panorama," gushed Nicki, a first...
"Look, we move among a bunch of 'pseudo-realists',
who.... produce nothing but junk.
So, they try to act like madmen to justify themselves.
On the other hand, you who are real
The pictures here were taken in the church in the old mining town of Real de Catorce, in San Luis Potosi. There is a side room of the church dedicated to exvotos.
The Huichol Indians, whose pre-Hispanic culture still survives in the remote Sierra Madres ranges, live a life woven of magic and sacred mythology. Believing themselves to be that part of creation whic...
Xilitla has so many structures it would be impossible to count them, such as this fragment of arches, columns and windows of the most varied architectural styles, built for the simple pleasure of feeli...
Take a virtual tour through the varied terrain of San Luis Potosí
San Luis Potosí is a modern, industrial state that borders Mexico's central and northern regions. With a rich pre-Columbian past...
The Surrealist poet, self-styled architect and arts patron Edward James liked to put his ideas into concrete form before they got away
Posted by Diana Myers Stephenson on Junio 07, 2000
Since I gave up, sadly I must say, on Merida as a possible relocation site. I am now considering San Luis Potosi. The distance from my current loc...
You are talking about one of the most beautiful
regions in Mexico: la Huasteca. Four states meet
in this extraordinary area: San Luis Potosí,
Hidalgo, Veracruz and Tamaulipas. This is mountain,
river, lake and dense forest country. Water is
everywhere, as flowers and green and life.
He's stranded in Real de Catorce.
His broken-down vehicle is without license plates, his Mexican tourist visa expired four months ago, and he has no money.
A 20-year-old Alaskan tattoo designer of an...
Both the name and the coat-of-arms of San Luis Potosi recall the tremendous importance of mining to Mexico's economy. Called Potosí in emulation of the mines of that name high in the Bolivian Andes, t...
What a thrill it would be to climb to the uppermost bell of this magnificent cathedral, I thought.
Situated about 300 miles north of Mexico City at an elevation of 6,200 feet, San Luis Potosi doesn't suffer the high summer temperatures and humidity of coastal areas. Although it's out of the Colonial Circle of cities such as San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Morelia, and Patzcuro, SLP, too, is rich with colonial architecture and history.