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All the chats in Chiapas

  1. Chats in Acacoyagua
  2. Chats in Acala
  3. Chats in Acapetahua
  4. Chats in Altamirano
  5. Chats in Amatán
  6. Chats in Amatenango de la Frontera
  7. Chats in Amatenango del Valle
  8. Chats in Ángel Albino Corzo
  9. Chats in Arriaga
  10. Chats in Benemérito de las Américas
  11. Chats in Berriozábal
  12. Chats in Bochil
  13. Chats in Cacahoatán
  14. Chats in Catazajá
  15. Chats in Chamula
  16. Chats in Chanal
  17. Chats in Chapultenango
  18. Chats in Chenalhó
  19. Chats in Chiapa de Corzo
  20. Chats in Chiapilla
  21. Chats in Chicoasén
  22. Chats in Chicomuselo
  23. Chats in Chilón
  24. Chats in Cintalapa
  25. Chats in Coapilla
  26. Chats in Comitán Municipality
  27. Chats in Copainalá
  28. Chats in Escuintla
  29. Chats in Huehuetán
  30. Chats in Huitiupán
  31. Chats in Huixtán
  32. Chats in Huixtla
  33. Chats in Ixtacomitán
  34. Chats in Ixtapa
  35. Chats in Jiquipilas
  36. Chats in Jitotol
  37. Chats in La Concordia
  38. Chats in La Independencia
  39. Chats in La Trinitaria
  40. Chats in Las Margaritas
  41. Chats in Mapastepec
  42. Chats in Mazatán
  43. Chats in Montecristo de Guerrero
  44. Chats in Motozintla
  45. Chats in Nicolás Ruíz
  46. Chats in Ocosingo
  47. Chats in Ocozocoautla de Espinosa
  48. Chats in Ostuacán
  49. Chats in Oxchuc
  50. Chats in Palenque
Chiapas

Chiapas, officially called the Free and Sovereign State of Chiapas, is one of the thirty-two states that make up the United Mexican States. It is divided into 124 municipalities and its capital and most populated city is Tuxtla Gutiérrez. Other important cities in the state include Tapachula, San Cristobal de las Casas, Comitan and Arriaga. It is in the southwestern region of the country, bounded on the north by Tabasco, on the east and southeast by the Guatemalan departments of Petén, Quiché, Huehuetenango and San Marcos, on the south by the Pacific Ocean, on the west by Oaxaca and on the northwest by Veracruz.

With 5 217 908 inhabitants in 2015, it is the sixth most populated state, behind the State of Mexico, Veracruz, Jalisco, Puebla and Guanajuato. It was founded on September 14,1824. In the state, important Mesoamerican cultures developed during the pre-Columbian era. Among them the Olmec, Maya and Chiapaneca, which is why it has several archaeological sites of Mayan ruins and important tourist attractions such as the archaeological zone of Palenque, Yaxchilán, Bonampak, Chinkultic and Toniná. Throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, a wide social inequality caused and produced by political disinterest, economic instability and abuses of power against indigenous peoples and rural communities, which caused a latent conflict until the last quarter of the 20th century, which It broke out in 1994 with the Zapatista uprising led by the Zapatista Army of National Liberation, a conflict that has not been resolved so far.


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