All the chats in Hidalgo

  1. Chats in Acaxochitlán
  2. Chats in Actopan
  3. Chats in Ajacuba
  4. Chats in Apan
  5. Chats in Atitalaquia
  6. Chats in Atotonilco de Tula
  7. Chats in Atotonilco el Grande
  8. Chats in Calnali
  9. Chats in Chapulhuacán
  10. Chats in Cuautepec de Hinojosa
  11. Chats in Emiliano Zapata
  12. Chats in Epazoyucan
  13. Chats in Francisco I. Madero
  14. Chats in Huautla
  15. Chats in Huejutla de Reyes
  16. Chats in Huichapan
  17. Chats in Ixmiquilpan
  18. Chats in Jacala de Ledezma
  19. Chats in Jaltocán
  20. Chats in Metztitlán
  21. Chats in Mineral de la Reforma
  22. Chats in Mineral del Monte
  23. Chats in Mixquiahuala de Juárez
  24. Chats in Molango de Escamilla
  25. Chats in Pachuca de Soto
  26. Chats in San Agustín Tlaxiaca
  27. Chats in San Bartolo Tutotepec
  28. Chats in San Felipe Orizatlán
  29. Chats in San Salvador
  30. Chats in Santiago Tulantepec de Lugo Guerrero
  31. Chats in Singuilucan
  32. Chats in Tasquillo
  33. Chats in Tecozautla
  34. Chats in Tepeapulco
  35. Chats in Tepeji del Río de Ocampo
  36. Chats in Tetepango
  37. Chats in Tezontepec de Aldama
  38. Chats in Tizayuca
  39. Chats in Tlahuelilpan
  40. Chats in Tlanalapa
  41. Chats in Tlanchinol
  42. Chats in Tolcayuca
  43. Chats in Tula de Allende
  44. Chats in Tulancingo de Bravo
  45. Chats in Villa de Tezontepec
  46. Chats in Zacualtipán de Ángeles
  47. Chats in Zempoala
  48. Chats in Zimapán

Hidalgo, officially the Free State and Sovereign of Hidalgo, is one of the thirty-one states that, together with Mexico City, make up Mexico. Its capital and most populated city is Pachuca de Soto. It is located in the eastern region of the country, bounded on the north by San Luis Potosí and Veracruz, on the east by Puebla, on the south by Tlaxcala and the state of Mexico, and on the west by Querétaro, with 20,813 km², representing 1.06% of the surface of Mexico, it is the sixth less extensive state - ahead of Queretaro, Colima, Aguascalientes, Morelos and Tlaxcala, the least extensive. It is located between the coordinates: to the north, 21°23 '55' '. To the south, 19°35 '52' 'of the north latitude.

To the east, 97°59 '06' '. To the west, 99°51 '34' 'of the west longitude, is made up of eighty-four municipalities. According to the latest available census the state has a total population of 2 858 359. That is, 2.3% of the total of the country, of which 1 489 334 are women, and 1 369 025 are men. The Oomíes, Nahuas and Tepehuas are the most present in the state, the most recent information is Hidalgo with a state Human Development Index of 0.723 Medium, Hidalgo's Gross Domestic Product was 264 242 million pesos. And contributes 1.7% to the national GDP. The oldest archaeological record found in Hidalgo is an ax, found in Huapalcalco.

In the present territory of Hidalgo there were numerous indigenous groups, mainly the Toltecs, who founded Tulancingo and Tula. And due to the proximity of this region with respect to the great Tenochtitlán, the Spanish conquest soon reached Hidalgo soil. During New Spain, the silver mines of Mineral del Monte and Pachuca were discovered in 1552. During the Independence of Mexico, the first insurgent uprising was produced by Julián Villagrán in Huichapan. In 1821, during the consummation, insurgent generals Nicolás Bravo and Guadalupe Victoria arrived in Tulancingo.

On January 16,1869, the Congress of the Union issued the Erection Decree of the State of Hidalgo, by President Benito Juárez, designating the city of Pachuca as state capital, to which was added the name "de Soto »in recognition of Manuel Fernando Soto, originally from the city of Tulancingo and who is considered the most important driver in the creation of the state. The Porfiriato was a period of stability and much economic progress in the territory of Hidalgo especially in the development of public works for the sanitation of cities such as Tula, Tulancingo and Pachuca, but also with severe social inequalities that unleashed the Mexican Revolution, Discontented peasants of the Mezquital Valley and the Valley of Apan participated in this conflict.