Guadalajara, Jalisco

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Guadalajara
Ciudad de Guadalajara
Ceety o Guadalajara
Banner o Guadalajara
Banner
Coat of airms o Guadalajara
Coat airms
Eik-name(s): 
Spaingie: La Perla de Occidente (Inglis: The Pearl o the Wast), Spaingie: La Ciudad de las Rosas (Inglis: The Ceety o Roses)
Motto(s): 
Spaingie: Somos más por Guadalajara, (Inglis: We are mair for Guadalajara)
Location o Guadalajara athin Jalisco
Location o Guadalajara athin Jalisco
Guadalajara is located in Mexico
Guadalajara
Guadalajara
Location o Guadalajara athin Jalisco
Coordinates: 20°40′N 103°21′W / 20.667°N 103.350°W / 20.667; -103.350Coordinates: 20°40′N 103°21′W / 20.667°N 103.350°W / 20.667; -103.350
KintraMexico
StateJalisco
MunicipalityGuadalajara
Foondation1542
Govrenment
 • Spaingie: Alcalde (Inglis: Mayor)Aristóteles Sandoval
Area
 • Ceety151 km2 (58 sq mi)
 • Metro
2734 km2 (1,056 sq mi)
Elevation
1566 m (5138 ft)
Population
 (2009)
 • Ceety1,564,514
 • Density10361/km2 (26,830/sq mi)
 • Metro
4,328,584
 • Metro density1583/km2 (4,100/sq mi)
 • Demonym
Tapatío guadalajarense
Time zoneUTC−6 (CST)
 • Summer (DST)UTC−5 (CDT)
WebsiteOffeecial wabsteid

Guadalajara (Spaingie pronunciation: [ɡwaðalaˈxaɾa]) is the caipital o the Mexican state o Jalisco, an the seat o the municipality o Guadalajara. The ceety is locatit in the central region o Jalisco in the wastren-paceefic area o Mexico. Wi a population o 1,564,514 it is Mexico's seicont maist muckle municipality.[1] The Guadalajara Metropolitan Area includes seiven adjacent municipalities wi a reportit population o 4,328,584 in 2009, makin it the seicont maist populous metropolitan area in Mexico, ahint Mexico Ceety.[1][2] The municipality is the seicont maist densely populatit area in Mexico; the first being Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl in Estado de México.[3]

Sister ceeties[eedit | eedit soorce]

Sister ceeties
Flag Ceety Kintra Year
Costa Rica Alajuela Costa Rica[4] 1983
United States Albuquerque Unitit States[4] 1985
Peru Arequipa Peru
United States Atlanta Unitit States[4] 2009
Philippines Batangas Philippines
Venezuela Caracas Venezuela[4] 1976
Philippines Cebu Philippines[4] 1976
Peru Lima Peru[4] 1976
Spain Ceuta Spain
Spain Cigales Spain[4] 1992
United States Cleveland Unitit States[4] 1976
Brazil Curitiba Brazil[4] 1995
Sooth Korea Daejeon Republic o Korea[4] 1997
Philippines Dagupan Philippines[4]
United States Downey Unitit States[4] 1960
Spain Guadalajara Spain[4] 1982
Guam Hagåtña Guam[4] 1976
United States Kansas Ceety Unitit States[4] 1993
Jamaica Kingston Jamaica[4] 1976
Poland Kraków Poland[4] 1978
Japan Kyoto Japan[4] 1978
United States Lansing Unitit States[4] 1990
United States Compton Unitit States
Mexico Magdalena de Kino Mexico[4] 1984
Equatorial Guinea Malabo Equatorial Guinea[4] 1976
Spain Málaga Spain[4]
Italy Milan Italy[4] 1976
Mexico Nochistlán Mexico[4] 1997
Spain Oñati Spain[4] 2002
Panama Panama Ceety Panama[4] 1976
United States Portland Unitit States[4] 1983
United States St. Louis Unitit States[4] 1993
Roushie Saunt Petersburg Roushie[5]
United States San Antonio Unitit States[4] 1974
Costa Rica San José Costa Rica[4]
El Salvador San Salvador El Salvador[4] 1976
Dominican Republic Santo Domingo Dominican Republic[4]
Spain Seville Spain[4] 1977
Honduras Tegucigalpa Honduras[4] 1976
United States Duarte Unitit States[4] 1972
Poland Wrocław Poland[4] 1995
Fowkrepublic o Cheenae Xiamen Cheenae[4]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. a b Consejo Nacional de Población, México; Proyecciones de la Población de México 2005-2050 Archived 2007-10-12 at the Wayback Machine Retrieved on 2008-10-18.
  2. Consejo Nacional de Población, México; Delimitación de las zonas metropolitanas de México 2005 Archived 2008-12-06 at the Wayback Machine Retrieved on 2008-10-18.
  3. Juan Carlos Aceros Gualdron. "Scripta Nova". Ub.es. Retrieved 7 Juin 2010.
  4. a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak Sister Cities, Public Relations, Guadalajara municipal government. Accessed on line March 18, 2008.
  5. Chairman of the Committee for External Relations of St. Petersburg, Business Petersburg, issue 54, 2007-03-30