Jalisco’s Magical Towns: Kioscos as a Neuralgic Centers
Usually, the main squares are the neuralgic center of the towns. Here, people gather just to mingle and/or watch life go by.
The tradition of having a kiosco in the center of a main square dates back to the construction of Mexican cities during Spanish colonization. Today, our country is just as proud of its kiosks as it was 500 years ago, so from the coastal towns to the big cities, you can find these ornaments that serve as a reminder of each town’s unique traditions and history.
In this second part of this special article, we share the kioscos of the Jalisco’s magical towns.
Lagos de Moreno
San Sebastián del Oeste
Talpa de Allende