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Jutiapa

Jutiapa is one of the 22 departments of the Republic of Guatemala, located 118 km from the capital, it is quite mountainous and has tourist beaches south of the department. Its climate is very diverse between warm and temperate. Its departmental capital is Jutiapa and it limits to the north with the departments of Jalapa and Chiquimula. To the south with the department of Santa Rosa and the Pacific Ocean and to the east with the Republic of El Salvador. It has a population of 489,085 inhabitants. Jutiapa is officially the only department in Guatemala that does not have Mayan descendants from the region.

In Jutiapa 64% mostly mestizo but by the arrival of immigrants to the country in past centuries and now have grown Creoles and mestizos predominantly white, with foreign ancestry.6% of the population is indigenous in its entire Chortís people which are not specific to the Jutiapaneca region, if not that have migrated from the neighboring province of North Chiquimula, and 2% is Xinca which is characterized as an ethnic group totally unknown family and not related to the Aztec or Maya. Its territorial extension is 3,219 km2. Economy. The main wealth of the region is the products derived from livestock, which is why it is distinguished by its large farms of cattle and horses. In Jutiapa the land is fertile and a large part of its population is dedicated to it. Among the agricultural products that Jutiapa produces are: onion, jalapeño pepper, chili pepper, corn, maicillo, beans, rice, tobacco, coffee in minimum proportion and sugarcane. Its economy is complemented by small manufacturing industries. Among its crafts we find: traditional ceramics, palm hats, cherry, leather products, clay tile and brick, hammocks, ribbons and maguey pita bags and sole shoes. In the pyrotechnics work mortars and toritos.