Querétaro (Spanish pronunciation: [keˈɾetaɾo])
It is located in North-Central Mexico, in a region known as Bajío. The state is one of the smallest in Mexico, with ecosystems varying from deserts to tropical rainforest, especially in the Sierra Gorda, which is filled with microecosystems. The area, especially the Sierra Gorda, had a number of small city-states.
Tequisquiapan is a town and municipality located in the southeast of the state of Querétaro in central Mexico. The center of the town has cobblestone streets, traditional rustic houses with wrought iron fixtures, balconies, and wooden windowsills, which is the legacy of its 300-year heritage as a colonial town populated mostly by indigenous people.
LANDA DE MATAMOROS
Landa de Matamoros is a town in Landa de Matamoros Municipality located in the northwest of the state of Querétaro in central Mexico. It is part of the Sierra Gorda region, which consists of rugged mountains, canyons and wide diversity of flora and fauna, with the municipality's flora representing about 25% of all the plant diversity in Mexico.
The town of Tilaco is located in the Municipality of Landa de Matamoros (in the State of Querétaro Arteaga). There are 679 inhabitants. Tilaco is 1087 meters above sea level.
Huimilpan is the seat of Huimilpan Municipality of the state of Querétaro. It is part of the Sierra Queretana, and sometimes included in the Metropolitan Area of Querétaro. It has an alpine weather, and is home to the Otomí people.
As such, the municipality contains Saint Michael's temple, which was built from the 16th to the 18th centuries by the indigenous Otomies who lived in Querétaro and Jilotepec.