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It is home to the C.D. Aguascalientes, one of the most popular football clubs in Mexico; and a major international center for equestrian sports including an important racetrack, hippodromo Las Américas International Center (CIRA). The city has been recognized as having one of the best new cities in Latin America by several magazines such as "Monocle" and "The Economist". Aguascalientes was known regionally as Guaxaca or Aguasca until it was formally renamed on August 8, 1835 with its present name. Its current name is after the Spanish town of Aguascalientes (literally hot waters) where Hernán Cortés rested during his expedition to La Nueva España (New Spain), which he founded under this same original name: Villa Rica de la Vera Cruz ("Rich Town of True Cross").