Cerro del cubilete, Silao

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The Cerro del Cubilete is a tall mountain-hill in Silao Municipality in the state of Guanajuato, Mexico. At the top of the hill is the Cristo Rey statue.
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  • You have a stunning view, if you're going at night takes sweater because it is lots of air and cold! A beautiful temple, although the sale of religious items if it is a little high.
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  • very nice place to visit and learn, also to thank God for everything that gives us. It is one of the more beautiful we have and is well maintained.
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  • This site is very important to me and my family, we have been around 10 going every year to thank, is a spectacular and unique place, beautiful view, and how data is that it is the midpoint of the Mexican Republic. I have not taken mass at this time that I have visited the place already that I had no fortune or that I know, but is well worth visiting the site. There are ladies selling pork rinds and various other things to eat to my gorditas beans and of course I like very much the small, which is the typical sweet in the region.
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