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  • Explore the Acueducto de Querétaro. One of the city’s most celebrated landmarks, the Acueducto de Querétaro was built during the early 1700s to provide water to the local population. This engineering marvel is still in operation today.

  • Visit Cerro de las Campanas. This verdant hill is the site of where the ill-fated Second Mexican Empire ended in 1867, which restored President Benito Juárez back to power. Now a national park, the Cerro de las Campanas features a brilliant monument to Juárez on its crest.

  • Travel to the Zona Arqueológica El Cerrito on the outskirts of Querétaro. This outstanding pre-Colombian archeological site consists of a massive Mesoamerican step pyramid that is nearly 10 stories high. Many archeologists believe that the structure dates back to around 700 to 900 A.D.

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