Up On Pancho Villa’s Hill of the ‘Bufa’ in Zacatecas, Mexico

The hill that dominates the town of Zacatecas is known as the Cerro de la Bufa.

There is a gondola up to the Bufa, the highest point of the city of Zacatecas, Mexico You can get up to the Bufa by teleférico, by car or by walking.People in a gondola ride up to the Bufa, the highest point in Zacatecas, MexicoThe city of Zacatecas as seen from the gondola.
Looking down at the brightly-coloured buildings of Zacatecas, Mexico Once atop you can look back down at the view.View through the arches of the building atop the Bufa, the highest point in Zacatecas, MexicoThis is the hill where the revolutionaries, led by Pancho Villa and Felipe Ángeles, fought the last battle of the Revolucion Mexicana and took control of Zacatecas.
Pancho Villa rides atop the the Bufa, the highest point in Zacatecas, MexicoThere are statues of all the revolutionary leaders but Pancho Villa is my favourite. Here a family of revolutionaries get ready to fight the Revolution.
A family of revolutionaries get ready to pose in front of a statue of Pancho Villa on the the Bufa, the highest point in Zacatecas, Mexico There is a small museum that commemorates the battle of 1914 and also a chapel.Pink stone arches and a cross over the gateway to the building atop the Bufa, the highest point in Zacatecas, Mexico The cross of a church built of the pink stone found in Zacatecas, Mexico

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