Guerrero

ACAPULCO Also known as "The Pearl of the Pacific", it was the first tourist resort established in Mexican land. Its protected bay is now home to hotels and restaurants of international renown, as well as to large and modern apartment buildings spread along the popular coastal avenue known as the Miguel Aleman. The impressive cliffs of La Quebrada or "The Stream" have witnessed the spectacle of the daring local divers for the last fifty years, who jump from the edge of the cliffs into the void as both locals and foreigners watch in disbelief. The natural settings of Acapulco have

Guerrero History

Remains from ancient civilizations dating as far back as 22,000 years old have b...

Guerrero Culture

The cultural richness of the state of Guerrero represents indeed a heritage of t...

Guerrero Travel

ACAPULCO Also known as "The Pearl of the Pacific", it was the first tourist ...

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Guerrero Economy

With 42% of its population residing in rural communities of less than 2,500 inha...

Guerrero Geography

Located on the Pacific coast, the state of Guerrero extends through an area of 6...

Guerrero Politics

Tourism is the most dynamic economic activity in the entity and its effect contr...

Guerrero Government

Zeferino Torreblanca Galindo was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, on March 14, 1954...

Guerrero Demography

The state of Guerrero reports a population of 3´115,202 inhabitants, which repr...

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