The Hacienda Santa María Regla Hotel is located at the birth of a large ravine, guarded by the huge and faithful soldiers of stone, in the middle of this spectacular place that represents one of the 13 natural wonders of Mexico: The Basaltic Prisms and the famous Waterfall of the rose painted in the year 1803 by Alexander von Humboldt, exhibited at the British Museum of Art in London.
It is one of the most impressive constructions realized by the man during Century XVIII, is constructed between 1760 and 1780 by don Pedro Romero de Terreros, the Count of Regla.
The Chapel of the Hacienda Santa María Regla has a baroque façade. Some other attractions are the aqueduct and the dungeon where, in other times, people with smallpox and measles were locked up. In this old building there are also mazes and secret tunnels that were used many years ago for the transportation of silver and gold. You can access several of them with a guide.

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