One of Mexico's westernmost states, Jalisco hugs the coast of the Pacific. Supposedly, the state is the birthplace of both mariachi music and tequila. Colonial plazas and buildings can be found all around the capital city of Guadalajara. Notable examples include the neoclassical Teatro Degollado and the opulent Guadalajara Cathedral, which features two golden spires. A collection of murals by Mexican artist José Clemente Orozco can be found in the nearby Palacio de Gobierno.