All the chats in Guanajuato

  1. Chats in Abasolo
  2. Chats in Acámbaro
  3. Chats in Apaseo el Alto
  4. Chats in Apaseo el Grande
  5. Chats in Celaya
  6. Chats in Comonfort
  7. Chats in Coroneo
  8. Chats in Cortazar
  9. Chats in Cuerámaro
  10. Chats in Doctor Mora
  11. Chats in Dolores Hidalgo Cuna de la Independencia Nacional
  12. Chats in Guanajuato
  13. Chats in Huanímaro
  14. Chats in Irapuato
  15. Chats in Jaral del Progreso
  16. Chats in Jerécuaro
  17. Chats in León
  18. Chats in Manuel Doblado
  19. Chats in Moroleón
  20. Chats in Ocampo
  21. Chats in Pénjamo
  22. Chats in Pueblo Nuevo
  23. Chats in Purísima del Rincón
  24. Chats in Romita
  25. Chats in Salamanca
  26. Chats in Salvatierra
  27. Chats in San Diego de la Unión
  28. Chats in San Felipe
  29. Chats in San Francisco del Rincón
  30. Chats in San José Iturbide
  31. Chats in San Luis de la Paz
  32. Chats in San Miguel de Allende
  33. Chats in Santa Cruz de Juventino Rosas
  34. Chats in Santiago Maravatío
  35. Chats in Silao de la Victoria
  36. Chats in Tarandacuao
  37. Chats in Tarimoro
  38. Chats in Uriangato
  39. Chats in Valle de Santiago
  40. Chats in Victoria
  41. Chats in Villagrán
  42. Chats in Yuriria

Guanajuato is one of the thirty-one states that, together with Mexico City, form the United Mexican States. Its capital is the City of Guanajuato and its most populated city, León. It is administratively divided into 46 municipalities. It is located in the central region of the country, bounded on the north by Zacatecas and San Luis Potosí, on the east by Querétaro, on the south by Michoacán and on the west by Jalisco. With 30,608 km² of surface, it represents 1.6% of the total of the national territory, being the 22°in extension. With 5 853 677 habs.

In 2015 it is the sixth most populated entity -behind the State of Mexico, Mexico City, Veracruz, Jalisco and Puebla- and with 179.25 inhabitants / km², the sixth most densely populated, behind Mexico City, State of Mexico, Morelos, Tlaxcala and Aguascalientes. It was founded on December 20,1823. The historical significance of the state in the national context lies in the series of socio-political events and economic processes in which this territory played a decisive role. To mention a few can be cited: the economic strength that detonated this region in New Spain thanks to mining. To be the cradle of national independence and the scene of its first battles. The leading role of his agriculture during the Porfiriato, which earned him the nickname of "Granero de la República". Place of definition of the last stage of armed struggle in the Mexican Revolution. And site of birth of multiple personalities of the political, military, social, artistic and cultural life that have reached national and international relevance.

In 2017, Guanajuato had a Gross Domestic Product of 39.147 million dollars, with an average growth in that year of 5%. These figures represented for the state to be the sixth economy of the country, the fourth entity with the highest economic growth and the fifth with the greatest contribution to national growth. The growing industrialization of the state, coupled with the expansion of the service sector, has placed the state as one of the most dynamic economies in the country. The degree of conservation and continuity of use, in the set of urban structures and settlements of the colonial era and the porfiriato, allows the state to possess a significant amount of artistic and cultural assets and collections. Proof of this is having three of the country's 34 heritage sites in its territory: the historic City of Guanajuato and its adjacent mines.

The fortified city of San Miguel and the Sanctuary of Jesús Nazareno de Atotonilco. And three of the sites that make up the so-called Camino Real de Tierra Adentro. Guanajuato is a place that means mountains and frog = mountains in the shape of frogs.