Puebla is a city in the central-eastern part of Mexico, southeast of Mexico City. It is famous for its gastronomic tradition, its colonial architecture and its ceramics. Talavera painted tiles are produced locally and adorn many of its buildings. Puebla's Renaissance-style cathedral has a high-rise bell tower overlooking the Zócalo, the central square. The Amparo Museum houses an extensive collection of pre-Hispanic art, including pottery and mural fragments.