Huichol Route

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Huichol Route through the sacred sites to Huiricuta (Tatehuari Huajuye) is part of the Tentative list of Mexico in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.

Huichol Route is a network of roads and sanctuaries illustrating the traditional beliefs of the Huichol people. Their pilgrimages are at the centre of their identity and traditions and have strong links with the ecosystems they pass through and the species that inhabit them. These landscapes include regions of great biodiversity and varied environments.

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The coordinates shown for all tentative sites were produced as a community effort. They are not official and may change on inscription.

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Full Name
Huichol Route through the sacred sites to Huiricuta (Tatehuari Huajuye)
Country
Mexico
Added
2004
Type
Mixed
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2004 Added to Tentative List

The site has 5 locations

Huichol Route through the sacred sites to Huiricuta (Tatehuari Huajuye): Teakata (Santa Catarina. Jalisco). Center (T)
Huichol Route through the sacred sites to Huiricuta (Tatehuari Huajuye): Wirikuta (T)
Huichol Route through the sacred sites to Huiricuta (Tatehuari Huajuye): Haramara (San Blas. Nayarit). West (T)
Huichol Route through the sacred sites to Huiricuta (Tatehuari Huajuye): Xapawleyeta (Isla de los Alacranes del Lago Chapala. Jalisco). South (T)
Huichol Route through the sacred sites to Huiricuta (Tatehuari Huajuye): Huaxamanaka (Cerro Gordo. Durango). North (T)

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