All the chats in Suchitepeque

  1. Chats in Mazatenango
  2. Chats in Chicacao
  3. Chats in San Pablo Jocopilas
  4. Chats in Patulul
  5. Chats in San Francisco Zapotitlán
  6. Chats in Santa Bárbara
  7. Chats in San Antonio Suchitepéquez
  8. Chats in Cuyotenango
  9. Chats in Río Bravo
  10. Chats in Santo Tomás La Unión
  11. Chats in Santo Domingo Suchitepéquez
  12. Chats in San Bernardino
  13. Chats in San Gabriel
  14. Chats in Pueblo Nuevo
  15. Chats in Zunilito
  16. Chats in San Juan Bautista

The Department of Suchitepéquez is located in the South Western region of Guatemala. It limits to the North with Quetzaltenango, Sololá and Chimaltenango, to the South with the Pacific Ocean, to the East with Escuintla. And to the West with Retalhuleu. The departmental capital is at a distance of 165 kilometers from the Capital City of Guatemala. After the independence of Central America in 1821, it became part of the vast Sololá / Suchitepéquez department that included a large part of the modern departments of Quiché, Sololá and Suchitepéquez and was integrated with the State of Los Altos in 1838.

After the The state of Los Altos was recovered for Guatemala by the conservative general Rafael Carrera, who remained attached to Sololá until on August 12,1872, the de facto regime of provisional president Miguel García Granados created the department of Quiché, considerably reducing the area of Sololá / Suchitepéquez.