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Yautepec Destrict

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Yautepec Destrict
Oaxaca regions an destricts: Sierra Sur towards the soothwast
Oaxaca regions an destricts: Sierra Sur towards the soothwast
Coordinates: 16°30′N 96°6′W / 16.500°N 96.100°W / 16.500; -96.100
Kintra Mexico

Yautepec Destrict is locatit in the east o the Sierra Sur Region o the State o Oaxaca, Mexico.[1]

Environs[eedit | eedit soorce]

San Juan Juquila Mixes

The destrict lees in the eastren end o the Sierra Madre del Sur an is muntainous, wi a aurie o 4,772 square kilometre. The temperatur is generally temperate, wairmer in the lawer auries an ceuler heicher up, wi prevalent winds frae the north. Trees include mahogany, cedar, aik, guanacaste an pine. Mango, tamarind, ploum, sapodilla, lemon, avocado an papaya fruits are grown. Wild fauna include wild boar, ocelots, snakes, muntain lion, coyotes an tods.[1]

Fowk[eedit | eedit soorce]

The total population is 31,688. Indigenous fowk include Zapotec, Mixe an Chontal. Economic activities include agricultur, growing maize, sorghum, peanuts, beans, coffee an various fruits. Some nowt is raised, an veelagers aften raise gaits, sheep, an pigs. Huntin an fishin are teepically practicit on a smaw scale for personal consumption. Thare is some loggin activity, an the wild maguey is hervestit for its juice.[1]

Municipalities[eedit | eedit soorce]

Yautepec municipalities

The destrict includes the follaein municipalities, wi population statistics as o 2005:[1]

Municipality Aurie km2 Total
Asunción Tlacolulita 245 699 54
Nejapa de Madero 370 7,285 1,300
San Bartolo Yautepec 196 661 195
San Carlos Yautepec 2,492 9,857 3,781
San Juan Juquila Mixes 227 3,557 3,094
San Juan Lajarcia 161 674 19
San Pedro Mártir Quiechapa 64 722 36
Santa Ana Tavela 82 1,012 6
Santa Catalina Quierí 47 992 896
Santa Catarina Quioquitani 46 439 369
Santa María Ecatepec 720 4,253 515
Santa María Quiegolani 122 1,537 1,240

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. a b c d "Enciclopedia de los Municipios de México: Estado de Oaxaca". Archived frae the original on 10 Januar 2013. Retrieved 8 Julie 2010.