Place:Jalisco, Mexico

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NameJalisco
TypeState
Coordinates20.333°N 103.667°W
Located inMexico
Contained Places
Inhabited place
Acatic
Acatlán de Juárez
Agua Escondida
Ahualulco de Mercado
Ahuijullo
Ajijic
Alcihuatl
Amatitán
Ameca
Antonio Escobedo
Arandas
Atemajac de Brizuela
Atemajac del Valle
Atenguillo
Atenquique
Atotonilco el Alto
Atoyac
Autlán de Navarro
Ayo el Chico
Ayutla
Barra de Navidad
Belén del Refugio
Bolaños
Cabrel
Cacaluta
Casimiro Castillo
Chamela
Chapala
Chimaltitán
Chiquilistlán
Cihuatlán
Ciudad Guzmán ( 1000 - )
Cocula
Colotlán
Comanja de Corona
Concepción de Buenos Aires
Corongoros
Cuautitlán
Cuautla ( 1400 - )
Cuitzmala
Cuquío
Degollado
El Arenal
El Chante
El Grullo
El Limón
El Salto
El Tuito
Encarnación de Díaz
Espinos de Judio
Etzatlán
Francisco Primo Verdad
Guachinango
Guadalajara ( 1531 - )
Gómez Farías
Higuera Blanca
Hostotipaquillo
Huejuquilla El Alto
Huejúcar
Ixtlahuacán del Río
Jalostotitlán
Jamay
Jilotlán de los Dolores
Jocotepec
Juanacatlán
Juchitlán
La Barca
La Cuesta
La Garita
La Huerta
Lagos de Moreno
Llano Grande
Lobos
Magdalena
Manuel M. Diéguez
Mascota
Matanzas
Mazamitla
Mexticacán
Mezquitic
Michoacanejo
Mixtlán
Nacastillo
Navidad
Ocotlán
Ojuelos de Jalisco
Pegueros
Pihuamo
Pitillal del Norte
Poncitlán
Portezuelo
Puerto Vallarta
Purificación
San Andrés Cohamiata
San Cristóbal de la Barranca
San José de Gracia
San Julián
San Luis Soyatlán
San Marcos
San Martín Hidalgo
San Martín de Bolaños
San Miguel el Alto
San Sebastián del Álamo
San Sebastián
Santa Anita
Santa María de los Ángeles
Santa María del Valle
Sayula
Tala
Talpa de Allende
Tamazula de Gordiano
Tapalpa
Tecalitlán
Tecolotlán
Temastián
Tenamaxtlán
Teocaltiche
Teocuitatlán de Corona
Tepatitlán de Morelos
Tepuzhuacán
Tequila
Tizapán el Alto
Tlacuitapa
Tlajomulco de Zúñiga
Tlaquepaque
Tolimán
Tomatlán
Tonalá
Tonila
Totatiche
Tototlán
Tuitán
Tuxpan
Unión de San Antonio
Unión de Tula
Usmajac
Valle de Guadalupe
Valle de Juárez
Venustiano Carranza
Villa Corona
Villa Guerrero
Villa Hidalgo
Villa Obregón
Vista Hermosa
Yahualica de González Gallo
Zacatongo
Zacoalco de Torres
Zapopan ( 1400 - )
Zapotiltic
Zapotitlán
Zapotlanejo
Unknown
Agostadero
Ahuacapán
Ahuijuyo
Ahuisculco
Amacueca
Apulco
Arenal
Atengo
Atotonilco el Bajo
Atotonilquillo
Ayotita
Ayotitlán
Ayotlán
Bajío de San José
Barra de Natvidad
Barranca de Santa Clara
Betulia
Cabo Corrientes
Cajititlán
Cañadas de Obregón
Chacala
Ciénega de Mata
Cuale
Cuzalapa
Ejutla
El Bramador
El Josefino
El Puesto
El Refugio
El Rufugio
El Salvador
Francsico Javier Mina
Huascato
Ixtlahuacán de los Membrillos
Jesús María
La Concepción
La Loma
La Luz
La Manzanilla
La Razón
La Rivera
La Tortuga
Lagunillas
Las Cruces (Cuquio)
Las Cruces (Lagos de Moreno)
Las Juntas
Ledesma
Los Aguajes
Los Azulitos
Manuel Lopez Cotilla
Manuel M. Valdéz
Margaritas
Matatlán
Mexicaltzingo
Mezcala
Mirandillas
Nueva Galicia ( 1542 - 1828 )
Oconahua
Paso de Sotos
Quitupan
Refugio
Salatitán
San Andres Ixtlán
San Diego de Alejandría
San Ignacio Cerro Gordo
San José Casas Caidas
San José Tateposco
San José de la Gracia
San José de la Paz
San José del Carmen
San Juan de los Lagos
San Juan del Monte
San Martín de las Flores
San Miguel el Grande
San Patricio
San Pedrito
San Sebastianito
San Sebastián del Oeste
Santa Ana Tepetitlán
Santa Clara
Santa Cruz de las Flores
Santa Fe
Santa María Tequepexpan
Santa Rosalía
Saucillo
Soyatlán
Techaluta
Telcruz
Temacapulín
Tenzompa
Tepantla
Tepec
Tepospizaloya
Tequesquitlán
Tesistán San Pedro
Teuchitlán
Tizapanito
Tlalcosahua
Toluquilla
Tonaya
Trejos
Tuxcacuesco
Tuxcueca
Unión de Guadalupe
Valle de Banderas
Zapotitlán de Vadillo
Zapotlán del Rey
Zula
source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names
source: Family History Library Catalog


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Jalisco, officially Free and Sovereign State of Jalisco, is one of the 31 states which, with the Federal District, comprise the 32 Federal Entities of Mexico. It is located in Western Mexico and divided into 125 municipalities, and its capital city is Guadalajara. Jalisco is one of the more important states in Mexico because of its natural resources as well as its history. Many of the characteristic traits of Mexican culture, particularly outside Mexico, are originally from Jalisco, such as mariachi, ranchera music, tequila, jaripeo, etc. Economically, it is ranked third in the country, with industries centered in the Guadalajara metropolitan area, the second largest metropolitan area in Mexico. The state is home to two significant indigenous populations, the Huichols and the Nahuas. There is also a significant foreign population, mostly retirees from the United States and Canada, living in the Lake Chapala and Puerto Vallarta areas.

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