Ronda, Moctezuma´s house (17th C.), the residence
of the direct descendants of the last Mexican emperor, and the Salvatierra
Palace (17th C.), that picks up in it´s decoration a manifest
Indian influence, stand out.
the villa Macharaviaya is also an example of a destination
with ties to the Americas. During the 18th century, the Galvez family
(viceroys and governors) made it prosperous by establishing a monopolistic
playing-card factory that exported to the Americas. A symbol of
the past, their church, Iglesia de San Jacinto, has a colonial
style and is a pantheon of the Galvez family.