San Felipe Jalapa de Díaz

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San Felipe Jalapa de Díaz
Municipality an toun
San Felipe Jalapa de Díaz is locatit in Mexico
San Felipe Jalapa de Díaz
San Felipe Jalapa de Díaz
Location in Mexico
Coordinates: 18°04′N 96°32′W / 18.067°N 96.533°W / 18.067; -96.533
Kintra  Mexico
State Oaxaca
Aurie
 • Total 154.38 km2 (59.61 sq mi)
Population (2005)
 • Tot 25,395
Time zone Central Staundart Time (UTC-6)
 • Simmer (DST) Central Daylicht Time (UTC-5)
Toun centre o Jalapa de Diaz

San Felipe Jalapa de Díaz is a toun, an the surroondin municipality o the same name, in the Mexican state o Oaxaca. It is some 50 km wast o Tuxtepec, an is pairt o the Tuxtepec Destrict o the Papaloapan Region.[1]

The municipality is at a altitude o 140 meter abuin sea level, an covers 154.38 km2, locatit on the left bank o the Santo Domingo river. The climate is het, averagin 24.7°C year roond, wi rainfaw in the months o Juin, Julie, August, September and October. Forestit auries contain fig, avocado, mahogany, aik, cedar, limaloe, palm an ceiba hormiguillo. Wildlife includes deer, brocket deer, jaguar, white-tailed deer, gray tod, porcupine, armadillo an raccoon.[1]

The main economic activity is agricultur, wi craps that include lairge-scale coffee, corn, beans, succar cane, medicinal plants an fodder. Some o the fowk keep nowt, gaits an pigs. Some engage in huntin an fishin for their awn consumption. Weavin at hame is anither thrift.

As o 2005, the municipality haed 5,035 hoosehaulds wi a total population o 25,395, 20,654 o whilk spak an indigenous leid.[1] The municipality includes the follaein commonties:

  • Agua de Olla,
  • Agua de Tierra (Sección la Montaña),
  • Arroyo Cacao,
  • Arroyo Culebra,
  • Arroyo Espuma,
  • Arroyo Guaje,
  • Arroyo Seco (San José Arroyo Seco),
  • Arroyo Venado (Sección Tercera),
  • Arroyo Zapotillo,
  • Camino de Ixcatlán,
  • Camino Zacatal,
  • Chuparrosa,
  • Colonia la Central,
  • Colonia San Andrés,
  • Desviación Cerro Quemado,
  • Desviación Paso Carretero,
  • La Concha,
  • La Gloria,
  • La Permuta,
  • La Soledad,
  • La Sorpresa,
  • Llano Grande Uluápam,
  • Loma Cafetal,
  • Loma de San Juan,
  • Loma Naranja,
  • Los Zárates,
  • Paso Carretero,
  • Paso del Toro,
  • Playa Chica,
  • Rancho de la Playa,
  • Santo Tomás,
  • Sección Arroyo Crecido,
  • Sección la Montaña (Agua de Tierra),
  • Sección Lavida,
  • Sección los Bibiano,
  • Sección los Castro,
  • Sección los Hernández,
  • Sección los Palacios,
  • Sección los Roques

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "San Felipe Jalapa de Díaz". Enciclopedia de los Municipios de México. Retrieved 2010-07-14.