from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of west-central Mexico southeast of Guadalajara. Tlaquepaque is noted for its folklore and crafts. Population: 542,000.


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  • Friday nights in Tlaquepaque is "noche de ronda" and there is free entertainment starting about 7 in the park by the churches.

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  • The Noche de Ronda in Tlaquepaque is now the second and last weekends of each month.

    Noche de Ronda in Tlaquepaque

  • Friday nights in Tlaquepaque is "noche de ronda" from about 6 or 7 until 9 or 10 and there is music all over the place, everyone is out walking.

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  • For updates on activities and times, please call Tlaquepaque at (928) 282-4838.

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  • Feeling restored after sampling a lovely Cabernet, we went on to Tlaquepaque, a gallery-heavy stucco village that provided a diverse dose of the local arts and crafts scene to a Southwest newbie like me.

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  • It was the most interest he'd shown in anything all day, and Doug was about to say okay, but Tritia said firmly, "No, we're going to eat at Tlaquepaque."

    Baby Games

  • They went directly to Tlaquepaque, a Spanish-styled complex of galleries, shops, and boutiques located in a wooded spot at the edge of Oak Creek.

    Baby Games

  • It was April 15, 1989, and the entry in my journal reads: "Shopping orgy in Tlaquepaque."

    Loving the Ugly Mermaid

  • After two of them, I lurched around Tlaquepaque in a sour mood, unmoved by the pretty things I saw.

    Loving the Ugly Mermaid

  • Interested in Tlaquepaque-style pottery, especially glazed, petatillo works attributed to the artist known as the Yellow Brick Road because of the yellow roads on many pieces.

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