All the chats in Querétaro

  1. Chats in Amealco de Bonfil
  2. Chats in Cadereyta de Montes
  3. Chats in Colón
  4. Chats in Corregidora
  5. Chats in El Marqués
  6. Chats in Ezequiel Montes
  7. Chats in Jalpan de Serra
  8. Chats in Pedro Escobedo
  9. Chats in Querétaro
  10. Chats in San Juan del Río
  11. Chats in Tequisquiapan
  12. Chats in Tolimán

Queretaro is one of the thirty-one states that, together with Mexico City, make up the United Mexican States. Its capital and most populated city is Santiago de Querétaro. It is located in the central region of the country, bounded on the north by Guanajuato and San Luis Potosí, on the south by Hidalgo and the State of Mexico and on the west by Michoacán. With 11,684 km², it is the fifth least extensive state - ahead of Colima, Aguascalientes, Morelos and Tlaxcala, the least extensive - and with 156.45 inhabitants / km², the seventh most densely populated, behind the State of Mexico, Morelos, Tlaxcala, Aguascalientes, Guanajuato and Puebla. It was founded on December 23,1823.

Querétaro has distinguished itself in recent years as it is one of the two states in the country with the most dynamic economic growth, since 1994 to date it has maintained a growth greater than the national, this to which national and transnational companies of the industrial, commercial and service sectors have settled in the state. In the year 2000 there is a jump to the manufacturing industry and since 2005 the aerospace industry is present, the latter being one of the most developed in the state so Queretaro has become the fourth center of aerospace activities more important world only behind Singapore, Dubai and Bangalore. The state has 3 sites declared cultural patrimony of the humanity by the Unesco, being the Zone of historical monuments of Querétaro in 1996, the Franciscan Missions of the Sierra Gorda in 2003 and the Camino Real de Tierra Adentro in 2010.

Querétaro has had an important role in the history of Mexico because in 1810 it was the headquarters of the conspiracy of Querétaro where the movement was forged that would eventually lead to the Independence of Mexico. In 1867 Maximilian of Habsburg was defeated, captured and shot by the republican forces, restoring the republican regime in Mexico. In 1917 the current Constitution was drafted.