The colonial and provincial town of Puebla remains one of the most Spanish towns in central Mexico. As you stroll through the grid-style network of perfectly straight streets, you'll find that the town's initial bourgeois, rather cold appearance disappears as you explore the local culture, fine churches and excellent cuisine. Puebla's claim to fame is a culinary speciality, the famous mole poblano, which was named after the town.
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