Travelers interested in the arts have found in recent years a series of places of worship throughout Mexico that offer unique experiences and are practically secret, such as Casa Wabi in Tututepec, Oaxaca or La Ceiba Gráfica in La Orduña, Veracruz.
Installed in the vestiges of the La Orduña estate, on the outskirts of Coatepec, the cultural center and guesthouse La Ceiba Gráfica was born in 2005 as a result of the efforts of the Swedish artist Per Anderson.
more than reality, by Avelina Lésper From then to date in the streets of La Orduña, a small fertile town surrounded by mist where one of the best high-altitude coffees in the world is produced, many of the artists and collectors are already regular of art in the world.
The center offers private tours of the splendid helmet of the farm crowned by an immense ceiba tree and dozens of endemic orchids, and its workshops and galleries where refined works of art created from drawings carved on large Mexican marble slabs are produced and sold.
Other attractions are its museum where the plants and methods used to make fine paper are displayed and its residences where personalities such as José Luis Cuevas, Francisco Castro Leñero, Shinzaburo Takeda and the Uruguayan poet Mario Benedetti have stayed.