indigenous people that represents a lot of history in its culture and its geosites becomes more interesting as they represent a scientific and education interest as the Profile River INALI which is located to the east of the town of San Lucas, where you can observed the mixing in volcanic rocks which it indicates a possible alteration of the topography in relation to the current educational topography of the river and through observation describes to us the geological processes that have happened in the past, manifesting that the geological dynamics can produce dramatic changes in the landscape.
Another site that attracts us by his name is Black Salto, it´s located in the community of Gualiqueme, it is exposed to Hurricane Mitch in 1998. This geosite exposes us an example of catastrophic events in the geologic record and facilitates the understanding of the process. Thanks to the intensity of this hurricane, a significant part of the riverbed has been excavated, revealing volcanic levels separated into columns that do not appear in the area and thus provide a more complete geological history.
As you can see these geositesare all scientific and educational adventure that just being in the place you can have a clear and impressive idea that will make this place feel a connection to its geological history
• Cerro Malacate.
Loma Panda Community.
Artisans: Martha Muños, Ángela Muños and Estebana Gutiérrez.
Martha Muñoz Hernandez and Angela Muñoz Hernandez are sisters, who since they were little girls, they have worked on pottery and they developed wonderful figures and products with clay. Upon arriving at the house of them you will find yourself with a small workshop that offers us a great variety of products.
Estebana Gutiérrez Avilés is a lady who works with clay and her specialty are plant pots of different styles.