All the chats in Guerrero

  1. Chats in Acapulco de Juárez
  2. Chats in Ahuacuotzingo
  3. Chats in Ajuchitlán del Progreso
  4. Chats in Alcozauca de Guerrero
  5. Chats in Alpoyeca
  6. Chats in Apaxtla
  7. Chats in Arcelia
  8. Chats in Atenango del Río
  9. Chats in Atlixtac
  10. Chats in Atoyac de Álvarez
  11. Chats in Ayutla de los Libres
  12. Chats in Azoyú
  13. Chats in Benito Juárez
  14. Chats in Buenavista de Cuéllar
  15. Chats in Chilapa de Álvarez
  16. Chats in Chilpancingo de los Bravo
  17. Chats in Cochoapa el Grande
  18. Chats in Copala
  19. Chats in Copalillo
  20. Chats in Copanatoyac
  21. Chats in Coyuca de Benítez
  22. Chats in Coyuca de Catalán
  23. Chats in Cuajinicuilapa
  24. Chats in Cuautepec
  25. Chats in Cutzamala de Pinzón
  26. Chats in Eduardo Neri
  27. Chats in Florencio Villarreal
  28. Chats in General Heliodoro Castillo
  29. Chats in Huamuxtitlán
  30. Chats in Huitzuco de los Figueroa
  31. Chats in Iguala de la Independencia
  32. Chats in Igualapa
  33. Chats in Ixcateopan de Cuauhtémoc
  34. Chats in Juan R. Escudero
  35. Chats in La Unión de Isidoro Montes de Oca
  36. Chats in Leonardo Bravo
  37. Chats in Marquelia
  38. Chats in Mártir de Cuilapan
  39. Chats in Metlatónoc
  40. Chats in Mochitlán
  41. Chats in Olinalá
  42. Chats in Ometepec
  43. Chats in Petatlán
  44. Chats in Pilcaya
  45. Chats in Pungarabato
  46. Chats in Quechultenango
  47. Chats in San Luis Acatlán
  48. Chats in San Marcos
  49. Chats in San Miguel Totolapan
  50. Chats in Taxco de Alarcón

Guerrero, officially called the Free and Sovereign State of Guerrero, is one of the thirty-one states that, together with Mexico City, make up the United Mexican States. Its capital is Chilpancingo de los Bravo and its most populous city, Acapulco de Juárez. It is located in the southwestern region of the country, bounded on the north by the State of Mexico, Morelos and Puebla, on the southeast by Oaxaca, on the southwest by the Pacific Ocean and on the northwest by the Balsas River that separates it from Michoacán. The geomorphology of the state is one of the most rugged and complex in Mexico. Its relief is crossed by the Sierra Madre del Sur and the Sierras del Norte.

In cartographic terms, it is usually called Sierra to the western sector and Montaña to the east, between both formations the depression of the Balsas river is located. The most important lagoons of the state are the black lagoon, the Coyuca lagoon and the Tres Palos lagoon. It has a territorial surface of 64,281 km², representing 3.2% of the national territory, in which 3,533,251 inhabitants live, according to the last official count carried out in 2015 jointly by the National Institute of Statistics and Geography, the National Council of Population and the Ministry of Social Development, which makes it classify as the 12th most populated entity in Mexico. The majority of the population is concentrated in the Metropolitan Area of ​​Acapulco, specifically in the municipality of Acapulco.

The then president of Mexico, José Joaquín de Herrera, sent to Congress the initiative to create the state of Guerrero on May 15,1849, with territory of the states of Michoacán, Puebla and Mexico. The initiative was approved by the Chamber of Deputies on October 20 and by the Senate on October 26. But it was until October 27,1849 when the Free and Sovereign State of Guerrero was legally constituted, and General Juan Álvarez was appointed as Acting General Commander. Since then the status of warrior has that name. Guerrero's main economic activities are agriculture, where important quantities of corn, sesame, sorghum, soy, rice, tomatoes, lemons, coffee, melons, grapefruit, watermelons, peanuts and mangoes are produced. In tourism highlights the so-called Triangle of the Sun, which is considered the first tourist destination by which Mexico became known in the world.

In times past, it was an important point for international tourism, today it is one of the first and most important destinations in Mexico and is made up of three cities: the port of Acapulco de Juárez, the binomial of Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo beach and the town magic of Taxco de Alarcón.