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El patrimonio cultural de las hacienda del Municipio de Aculco de Espinoza: posibilidades para un desarrollo agroturístico

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  • Guerrero, Marisol Orozco
  • Roman, Gullermo Miranda

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En México desde la década de los noventas, el turismo se ha diversificado, presentando diversas modalidades, siendo el agroturismo una de las de mayor crecimiento, ya que en la se implementan programas para recibir a los visitantes que acuden a estos lugares, los cuales están integrados por múltiples manifestaciones tangibles e intangibles que son testimonio fehaciente de las comunidades rurales. En este sentido las haciendas son espacios estrechamente ligados a la vida de los campesinos, ya que en muchos casos la existencia de ellas marcó sustancialmente la vida familiar de pueblos enteros, la forma de organizarse, las costumbres y tradiciones, la economía, entre otros aspectos. Es decir, las haciendas en México eran algo más que un conjunto de construcciones y una gran extensión de tierra: era una forma de vida. En la presente investigación se realiza el análisis del potencial del patrimonio cultural arraigado en los espacios territoriales relacionados con las haciendas del municipio de Aculco de Espinoza para desarrollar actividades de agroturismo.

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  • Guerrero, Marisol Orozco & Roman, Gullermo Miranda, 2010. "El patrimonio cultural de las hacienda del Municipio de Aculco de Espinoza: posibilidades para un desarrollo agroturístico," 116th Seminar, October 27-30, 2010, Parma, Italy 95211, European Association of Agricultural Economists.
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