All the chats in Huehuetenango

  1. Chats in Huehuetenango
  2. Chats in Jacaltenango
  3. Chats in Barillas
  4. Chats in San Mateo Ixtatán
  5. Chats in Soloma
  6. Chats in Concepción Huista
  7. Chats in Chiantla
  8. Chats in La Libertad
  9. Chats in San Antonio Huista
  10. Chats in Aguacatán
  11. Chats in Santa Eulalia
  12. Chats in Ixtahuacán
  13. Chats in San Pedro Necta
  14. Chats in Todos Santos Cuchumatán
  15. Chats in Santiago Chimaltenango
  16. Chats in San Miguel Acatán
  17. Chats in San Juan Ixcoy
  18. Chats in Nentón

Huehuetenango is the name of a department in Guatemala, La cabecera is called in the same way as the department, better known as "La tacita de Plata". The department is located in the north-western region of the country and limits to the north and west, with Mexico, to the south with the departments of San Marcos, Quetzaltenango and Totonicapán. And to the east with the department of Quiché. The department of Huehuetenango has a varied topography, with mountains and peaks that exceed 3,850 meters above sea level in the Sierra de los Cuchumatanes and lowlands that descend up to 300 meters above sea level. Its climate is varied as a result of the great differences in elevation and the sinuosity of the terrain.

The city of Huehuetenango is located at a distance of approximately 264 km from the capital city at a height of 1,901.64 meters above sea level. The population of the municipality of Huehuetenango is currently estimated around 100,000 inhabitants of fixed population and about 15,000 of floating population. On September 20,2016, an act commemorating the independence of Huehuetenango was held in the Plaza de Armas, and it was made official that the flag of the department be raised on September 19 while singing the hymn "Canto a Mi Huehuetenago »By maestro Gonzalo López Rivas. The tree that identifies the department is the Ahuehuetl. The legislative palace of the Republic of Guatemala approves a new municipality for the department of Huehuetenango. That borders the municipalities of Santa Ana Huista, Concepcion Huista,.

The deputies Emilenne Mazariegos and Gregorio Nolasco, representatives of Huehuetenango for the Partido Patriota, were promoters of the municipality of Petatán, through the initiative 4837. The efforts to raise the village of Santiago Petatán to the municipality began 15 years ago and since 2014 the initiative had favorable opinion in Congress, waiting for space on the agenda. The area comprising the new municipality is 36 caballerias, has 10 thousand 831 inhabitants and its main crops are vegetables, beans and coffee.