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Río Verde Valley (Region Medio)

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Río Verde Valley (Region Medio) is in San Luis Potosí.

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Map of Río Verde Valley (Region Medio)

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  • Reserva de Tancojol
  • Reserva Forestal Nacional Porción Boscosa del Estado de San Luis Potosí
  • Reserva de la Biosfera Sierra El Abra Tanchipa

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The Sierra Madre Oriental separates the Río Verde Valley and the Huasteca Potosina. Several mountain ranges to the west separate the Río Verde Valley from the Central Plateau (Altiplano). The region has extensive valleys between these mountain ranges that boast very fertile soil.

The vegetation includes oak, pine, popular and walnut trees. Some areas are volcanic along with the limestone of the Huasteca Potosina.

The main native group in this region is the Pames who still maintain their culture and language.

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