Guanajuato

Human settlement in Guanajuato was possible thanks to the rich mineral deposits that were found in its steep lands. It was founded in 1570 and always had the support and generosity of the Nueva España government . This benefited the development of the city with the construction of many beautiful buildings like the Juarez Theater, the San Diego Temple, the Basilica of Our Lady of Guanajuato, the Templo de la Compañía, the Conde de Rul Mansion among others. Its streets and underground tunnels also make this city famous. In 1988 the UNESCO declared it a World Cultural Heritage Site becau

Guanajuato History

In Chupicuaro, in the southeastern part of what today is the Guanajuato state, l...

Guanajuato Culture

The “place rich in frogs”, now Guanajuato owes its name to the Chichimeca comm...

Guanajuato Travel

Human settlement in Guanajuato was possible thanks to the rich mineral deposits ...

Guanajuato Map
Guanajuato Economy

The manufacturing sector highlights in the states Gross Domestic Product : 26% ...

Guanajuato Geography

The state borders to the north with Zacatecas and San Luis Potosí, to the east ...

Guanajuato Politics

The State of Guanajuato is known for the high quality of life it offers its citi...

Guanajuato Government

Lic. Juan Manuel Oliva Ramírez, Constitutional Governor of the State of Guanaju...

Guanajuato Demography

Guanajuato is one of the smallest states in Mexico, and also one of the most den...

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