Edición 34 - Descubre, Recorre & Experimenta

La investigación para documentar la historia de Baja California Sur es una tarea que emprendemos con gran satisfacción. Estamos absolutamente dedicados a recopilar información de quienes son expertos o actores principales.

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The Legend

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Californian Literature

Biography of the author Eligio Moises Coronado is a teacher, cultural promoter, author, historian and clerk for the municipality of La Paz. Originally from La...

Scented Soil

From rustic rafts and galleons to majestic sport fishing vessels. The symbiosis of history and imagination with the past and future make this scented soil...

The History of the Camino Real

Mexico, like all of Latin America, is a product of the cross breeding and cultural merging of Mesoamerican and Spanish cultures. It all began...

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