All the chats in Zacatecas

  1. Chats in Apozol
  2. Chats in Benito Juárez
  3. Chats in Calera
  4. Chats in Cañitas de Felipe Pescador
  5. Chats in Chalchihuites
  6. Chats in Concepción del Oro
  7. Chats in Cuauhtémoc
  8. Chats in Fresnillo
  9. Chats in General Enrique Estrada
  10. Chats in Guadalupe
  11. Chats in Jalpa
  12. Chats in Jerez
  13. Chats in Juan Aldama
  14. Chats in Juchipila
  15. Chats in Luis Moya
  16. Chats in Miguel Auza
  17. Chats in Monte Escobedo
  18. Chats in Morelos
  19. Chats in Nochistlán de Mejía
  20. Chats in Pánuco
  21. Chats in Pinos
  22. Chats in Río Grande
  23. Chats in Sombrerete
  24. Chats in Tabasco
  25. Chats in Tepechitlán
  26. Chats in Tlaltenango de Sánchez Román
  27. Chats in Trancoso
  28. Chats in Valparaíso
  29. Chats in Villa de Cos
  30. Chats in Villa García
  31. Chats in Villa González Ortega
  32. Chats in Villa Hidalgo
  33. Chats in Villanueva
  34. Chats in Zacatecas

Zacatecas, officially called Free State and Sovereign of Zacatecas is one of the thirty-one states that, together with Mexico City, form the United Mexican States. It was founded on December 23,1588. Its capital and most populated city is the homonymous Zacatecas. It is located in the central region of the country, bordering the north with Coahuila, northeast with Nuevo León, east with San Luis Potosí, south with Guanajuato, Jalisco and Aguascalientes, southwest with Nayarit and west with Durango. With 75,539 km² it is the eighth largest state, with 1,579,209 inhabitants. In 2015, the eighth least populated and with 19.73 inhabitants / km² and the sixth least densely populated. It is divided into 58 municipalities. The capital is the homonymous city, Zacatecas.

This city holds the titles of The Very Noble and Loyal City of Our Lady of the Zacatecas, granted by King Felipe II of Spain on June 20,1588 in San Lorenzo de El Escorial, Madrid. The Coat of Arms, emblem in which the hill of La Bufa was included. This city was important for colonization, since it was an important point on the route to the northern territories of New Spain, its main economic activities are mining, agriculture and tourism. It is known for its large deposits of silver and other minerals, its colonial architecture and its importance during the Mexican Revolution. Among its most important towns are Jerez de García Salinas, Fresnillo de González Echeverría, Rio Grande, Guadalupe, Sombrerete and Nochistlán.