masculine or feminine noun. 2. ( member of an indigenous people of Mesoamerica) a. Huastec.
So, first and foremost the Huasteca Potosina is a region within the state of San Luis Potosi northeast of Mexico City, and it’s part of the bigger region of the Huastecas, so named after the pre-hispanic civilization living here, the Huastecan.
The Pre-Columbian Huastecs constructed temples on step-pyramids, carved independently standing sculptures, and produced elaborately painted pottery. They were admired for their abilities as musicians by other Mesoamerican peoples.
San Luis Potosí, city, capital of San Luis Potosí estado (state), northeastern Mexico. It is known for its Spanish Baroque-style cathedral, the state capitol, and several ornately decorated churches. The city is the site of Autonomous University of San Luis Potosí (1826; present status 1923).
How to Get to Huasteca Potosina. The best way to reach Huasteca Potosina is by bus to Rio Verde from either San Luis Potosi, Mexico City, or Guadalajara. There are daily bus connections from all three cities. You can probably catch a bus to Ciudad Valles as well.
It is indeed a safe region and people are very kind.
Huapango is a type of Mexican folk dance and music, part of the traditional Mexican musical style son huasteco, which originated in northeastern Mexico.
San Luis Potosí: potosino/a.
Bocoles — cooked biscuit-like items made from cornmeal and lard, and later stuffed with macerated meat, potato, cactus slivers, beans, pig meat, eggs, etc. Chinas — uncooked biscuit-like cornmeal packets stuffed with mole, cheese, etc. and then baked in a wood-burning oven.
450 Miles South of the U.S. Border in San Luis Potosí