Description: Previously called hill of the Navel, natural mirador 2.500 mts. from height, where one could admire the city from Guadalajara, the gorge of the Santiago River and the immense plateau of the Highs of Jalisco. It is also key point for the observation of astronomical phenomenon's like the eclipses of sun and the Halley comet; it in the top of this hill is the monument to the Cihualpilli queen and the stone chapel dedicated to the Virgin of Guadalupe also you can see the biggest Mexican Fly on the Jalisco State. Hill of the Queen is called for that upon arriving the Spaniards to Tonalá governed the town the Cihualpilli cacique that had her temple in this hill.
Info taken from http://vive.guadalajara.gob.mx/puntos/puntosi.asp?which=212
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