Protected by a landscape of fattening fields, Hacienda San Roque is one more treasure of Puebla. Its construction began in 1847. The first couplers were built of solid stone and wood that was brought from the Perote chest, which represents its greatest fame. It has impressive architecture and beautiful portals.
In San Roque, emblematic parts still survive, such as the Pozo de San Roque, better known as La Noria. A construction that was carried out by the Franciscan order and that supplied water necessary for the maintenance of the hacienda. Even the furnace where the partition was melted is still standing.
Definitely a place worth knowing.