Founded By the Spanish on 1644
Salvatierra was an important religious and cultural center during the colonial times. Due to its location and development, the religious orders used this town as an evangelization center in the valley of Huatzindeo.
With its settlement, the Carmelites, the Capuchins, and the Franciscans built their temples and convents inside the urban lauout of the city.
Visit Salvatierra, walk down ist streets and squares and discover the valley’s haciendas, monuments from the 1800’s, and its colonial architecture. Walking Salvatierra is , inevitably, a journey through the history of the country.