Chilpancingo

Chilpancingo, GuerreroChilpancingo de los BravoChilpancingo (de los Bravo)Chilpancingo, Mexico
Chilpancingo de los Bravo (commonly shortened to Chilpancingo; ) is the capital and second-largest city of the state of Guerrero, Mexico.wikipedia
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Guerrero

Guerrero, MexicoState of GuerreroGuerrero State
Chilpancingo de los Bravo (commonly shortened to Chilpancingo; ) is the capital and second-largest city of the state of Guerrero, Mexico.
It is divided in 81 municipalities and its capital city is Chilpancingo and its largest city is Acapulco.

Acapulco

Acapulco, MexicoAcapulco, GuerreroAcapulco Bay
The city is on Mexican Federal Highway 95 which connects Acapulco to Mexico City.
The city of Acapulco is the largest in the state, far larger than the state capital Chilpancingo.

List of states of Mexico

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Chilpancingo de los Bravo (commonly shortened to Chilpancingo; ) is the capital and second-largest city of the state of Guerrero, Mexico.

Mexican Federal Highway 95

Highway 95Mexico City-Cuernavaca tollway
The city is on Mexican Federal Highway 95 which connects Acapulco to Mexico City.
Obregón agreed and proceeded to improve the sections from Mexico City to Amacuzac and from Iguala to Chilpancingo.

Congress of Chilpancingo

Congress of AnáhuacCongreso de AnáhuacCongress of Anahuac
Chilpancingo was very important to Mexican history because it was here where the National Congress met under José María Morelos y Pavón in 1813 during the Mexican War of Independence.
It was held in Chilpancingo, in what is the modern-day Mexican state of Guerrero, from September 1813 to November 1813.

Chilpancingo National Airport

It is served by Chilpancingo National Airport, which is one of the five airports in the state.
The Chilpancingo National Airport is an airport located in the city of Chilpancingo, Guerrero, México.

Antonia Nava de Catalán

General Nicolás Catalán, husband of the independence war heroine Antonia Nava de Catalán, was made commander of the state of Guerrero on 24 January 1828.
She married Nicolás Catalán, the oldest son of Nicolasa Catalán, born in Chilpancingo in 1772.

Juxtlahuaca

Grutas de Juxtlahuaca
In pre-Columbian times, the area was occupied by the Olmecs, who built an extensive tunnel network through the mountains, and left the cave paintings in the caverns of Juxtlahuaca.
The Juxtlahuaca site is located some 45 km southeast of the state capital Chilpancingo in what is now a National Park.

Tixtla

Tixtla de GuerreroTixtla, Guerrero
In 1853, Chilpancingo was declared the provisional capital of the state, due to an epidemic that struck the then capital of Tixtla, and regional ecclesiastical organizational changes were made at the same time.
The municipality stands between 17°20' & 17°43' N and 99°15' & 99°28' W, some 20 km east of state capital Chilpancingo.

José María Morelos

José María Morelos y PavónJose Maria MorelosMorelos
Chilpancingo was very important to Mexican history because it was here where the National Congress met under José María Morelos y Pavón in 1813 during the Mexican War of Independence.
On May 24, 1811 he occupied Chilpancingo and on May 26 he took Tixtla.

Autonomous University of Guerrero

Universidad Autónoma de GuerreroUAGro
In 1960, the city entered a severe social crisis with the start of a student popular movement at the Autonomous University of Guerrero, protests which led to a general strike at the institution and later swarmed to various forces and social sectors of the city and the state.
Its main campus is in Chilpancingo, with facilities in Acapulco, Taxco, Iguala, Tixtla, Ometepec, Tecpan de Galeana, Altamirano and other cities in the state.

Tehuacalco

Tehuacalco is an archeological site located near the city of Chilpancingo, Guerrero, Mexico.

Teopantecuanitlan

Teopantecuanitlánlomerios
Teopantecuanitlan was a center for a region that included Oxtotitlán, Juxtlahuaca, Xochipala, Zumpango del Río, and Chilpancingo.

Chilpancingo de los Bravo (municipality)

Chilpancingo de los BravoChilpancingo de los Bravo MunicipalityChilpancingo Municipality
The municipal seat lies at Chilpancingo de los Bravo.

Mexico

MexicanMéxicoMEX
Chilpancingo de los Bravo (commonly shortened to Chilpancingo; ) is the capital and second-largest city of the state of Guerrero, Mexico.

Sierra Madre del Sur

Sierra MadreSierra Madre MountainsSierra Madres of Guerrero
The municipality has an area of 2,338.4 km2 in the south-central part of the state, situated in the Sierra Madre del Sur, on the bank of the Huacapa River.

Mexico City

Federal DistrictMexico City, MexicoDistrito Federal
The city is on Mexican Federal Highway 95 which connects Acapulco to Mexico City.

Olmecs

OlmecOlmec civilizationgallery below
In pre-Columbian times, the area was occupied by the Olmecs, who built an extensive tunnel network through the mountains, and left the cave paintings in the caverns of Juxtlahuaca.

Mexican War of Independence

Mexican independenceIndependenceIndependence of Mexico
Chilpancingo was very important to Mexican history because it was here where the National Congress met under José María Morelos y Pavón in 1813 during the Mexican War of Independence.

Mexican Revolution

RevolutionrevolutionaryMexican Civil War
During the Mexican Revolution, Chilpancingo was deeply troubled, and had political and administrative importance as a strategic place for the sides in the debate.

Emiliano Zapata

ZapataEmilio ZapataZapatista
Battles took place in the vicinity in the 1910s, in which Emiliano Zapata defeated federal forces of Porfirio Diaz, Francisco I. Madero, Victoriano Huerta and Venustiano Carranza.

Porfirio Díaz

Porfirio DiazDíazDiaz
Battles took place in the vicinity in the 1910s, in which Emiliano Zapata defeated federal forces of Porfirio Diaz, Francisco I. Madero, Victoriano Huerta and Venustiano Carranza.