The outstanding handcrafted pottery known since at least the 18th century as Talavera is made in the Puebla-Tlaxcala region and is admired as an icon of Mexico for its delicate workmanship, high quality, brightness, colorfulness, and great beauty.
Desiderio Hernández Xochitiotzin is considered a member of the second generation of fresco muralists. His work portrays the festivities, customs, and traditions of his land.
Textiles have a relevant place in Tlaxcala, whose essence is preserved as part of the cultural identity, also have their own memory that is transmitted through generations, where artisans and craftsmen seek to enrich them with original designs.
Traditional Tlaxcalan cuisine is not only delicious but also full of symbolism, colors, and aromas, as well as dishes that are prepared with patience and love for others.