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  Aguascalientes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aguascalientes is the name of both a state of Mexico and that state's capital city.
Aguascalientes is a state of Mexico, situated in the center of the country.
The state was, at a time a major silver miner and a major source of railroad transportation, the latter due to its strategic location in the very center of the country, midway between the 3 most populated areas, namely Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterrey.
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 Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The city of Aguascalientes is the capital of the state of Aguascalientes in western central Mexico.
Aguascalientes organizes the largest festival held in Mexico, the San Marcos Fair, which takes place from the middle of April to the beginning of May. It receives almost 7 million visitors every year.
Aguascalientes is home to several outstanding museums and one of the country's leading provincial theatres.
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 History of Mexico - The State of Aguascalientes
In 1617, Aguascalientes was separated from Lagos de Moreno and given the status of an alcaldía mayor.
Aguascalientes continued to grow in the next two centuries, in spite of periodic epidemics, which wreaked havoc on the indigenous population.
Aguascalientes is a state that is rich in culture, history, art and economic potential.
www.houstonculture.org /mexico/aguas.html   (2194 words)

  
 Tour By Mexico ® - Aguascalientes State --- 13
It is located on the western side of the Mexican highlands between 21º 23' and the 22º 28' north latitude and 101º 53' and 102º 50' west longitude.
The State of Aguascalientes is bounded on the north, east, and west by the
The State of Aguascalientes is one of the smallest states in Mexico, having an area of 5,589 square km.
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 Aguascalientes
Capital city of the state by the same name, colonial Aguascalientes dates its roots to the early days of Spanish influence and is developing into a major industrial city in Mexico.
Due to its location in the middle of the country, Aguascalientes flourished as silver was mined in Zacatecas and surrounding areas.
Aguascalientes' Colonial roots are evidenced in the Plaza de San Marcos, the Cathedral and other period buildings throughout the city.
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 M E X I C O
Aguascalientes (Hot Waters) was named for its famous spas.
The capital of Aguascalientes state, one of Mexico's smallest, is 585 km northwest of Mexico City, on the Mexican Central Railway main line to Ciudad Juárez.
Aguascalientes planned a tramway in 1879 - not to connect the railroad station to the town - there was no railroad station - but to take residents to the mineral baths.
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 Minorities in Aguascalientes (Zalpa) - CESNUR 2002
The city of Aguascalientes is the capital of a homonymous state located in the Mexican region where Roman Catholic traditions are best integrated, to the point that they are a part of the self-perceived Mexican identity: to be Mexican is to be Roman Catholic.
That is to say that for the population of Aguascalientes to be Mexican is to be Roman Catholic and devoted to the Virgin Mary devote and, whereas conversion to "Protestantism" - as people labels all Christian religions other than Catholic - means the negation of Mexican identity.
All churches in Aguascalientes agree on the prohibition of physical violence but they do not exclude the use of symbolic violence (Bourdieu, 1975) consisting mostly in throwing light on other churches worst aspects.
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 State of Aguascalientes, Mexico
Aguascalientes, one of Mexico's smallest states, is located in the high central plain, bordered by the states of Zacatecas and Jalisco.
Aguascalientes boasts of it's own style of mole and regional dishes such as nopales (prickly pear cactus) with beans, and tasty enchiladas rojas (enchiladas in red sauce).
Aguascalientes is also a strong producer of grapes and therefore of wine, brandy and sweet liqueurs, as well as sweets made of locally-grown fruits and vegetables.
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 TRIO | Aguascalientes takes the initiative - Spring 2002 "
That’s because Aguascalientes is the only one of Mexico’s 32 states with its own working pollutant release and transfer register (PRTR).
Once Aguascalientes takes over the new industries, according to state officials, it will be able to release that data without federal permission, use it to build an exchange bank for firms trading their waste products for recycling, and improve local inspection and enforcement efforts.
Aguascalientes will be the first state to take on the new responsibilities, says Raúl Arriaga, the environmental undersecretary at Semarnat.
www.cec.org /trio/stories/index.cfm?ed=7&id=88   (549 words)

  
 Marcos to National Democratic Convention (CND) in Aguascalientes Chiapas, August 1994   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
And before Aguascalientes, they said that no sensible person would respond to the call of a rebel group, outlaws, of which little or a lot is known, to the light that lit up January, to the obsessive language that tried to recover old and worn words; democracy, liberty, justice.
And before Aguascalientes, before Aguascalientes, they said there was little time, that nobody would risk embarking on a project that, like the Tower of Babel, announced its failure from the very place and time in which it was convoked.
Yes to the beginning of a construction that is greater than Aguascalientes, the construction of peace with dignity, yes to the beginning of a greater effort than the one that lead to Aguascalientes, the effort toward a democratic change that includes liberty and justice for the majority that has been forgotten.
flag.blackened.net /revolt/mexico/ezln/marcos_cnd_aug94.html   (1375 words)

  
 Aguascalientes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Aguascalientes (a Spanish name meaning "hot waters"; the corresponding adjective for the state and its inhabitants is the whimsical hidrocálido) is a state of Mexico, situated in the center of the country.
The state capital is the city of Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes.
Aguascalientes news source and newspapers (http://www.todoaguascalientes.com/noticias) (in Spanish)
www.hoffmanestates.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Aguascalientes   (259 words)

  
 Aguascalientes, Mexico - Wander the Planet .net
The Aguascalientes were set up as regional community centers in the Zapatista Autonomous Regions.
Aguascalientes IV is in the canyon of Altamirano and the rebellious communities of 17 de Noviembre and Cabins.
This Aguascalientes includes the rebellious areas of Francisco Gomez, Magon Flowers, San Manuel, San Salvador, Ernesto Che Guevara, 1 de Enero, and Mayan.
www.wandertheplanet.net /Mexico/aguas.htm   (354 words)

  
 Guide to Aguascalientes
Aguascalientes has experienced some of the most rapid commercial and industrial development of any city in Mexico during the last decade.
Although this city is not often billed as a tourist center, Aguascalientes is well worth a visit when you're traveling in this part of the country.
Experience Aguascalientes and you'll witness the emerging face of Mexico: where an old colonial town atmosphere meets a modern, but comfortable and easy-going city undergoing rapid and positive change.
www.mexperience.com /guide/colonial/aguascalientes.htm   (1554 words)

  
 Jose Guadelupe Posada: His Art & Times
Their region, Aguascalientes (Hot Springs), is still a provincial cultural center known for centuries for its excellent pottery, textiles, tiles and majolicas.
Aguascalientes is best known for its famous annual fair of San Marcos, the oldest in Mexico, a major commercial, industrial and agricultural exposition.
His remarkable facility is described by Blas Vanegas Arroyo, the editor's son, who remembers his father preparing the publication of certain works and discussing their illustration with "Don Lupe," as Posada was fondly known among his friends.
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 State of Aguascalientes - Governor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In 1998 he was named candidate to the president of the Municipalities of Aguascalientes and on August 2nd of that same year he defeated his political opponents and ratified.
Because of the promotion he did in Aguascalientes Luis Armando was named Honorarium president of the Patronato de Fomento de Futbol, A.C: On July 26 of 2003 the dream became real with the majestic Opening of the Victoria stadium that was completely full.
Furthermore, on August 6th Emilio Azcaraga President of Televisa, inaugurated with Luis Armando Reynoso the country club of Necaxa that is located at the west of the city, it has an extension of 8 hectares and it has grand facilities that guarantee the excellent mental and physical preparation of the players.
www.aguascalientes.gob.mx /idiomas/ingles/state/Governors.aspx   (506 words)

  
 Aguascalientes --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Founded as a mining settlement in 1575 and designated a town in 1661, Aguascalientes was named capital when the state was created during the 1850s.
It is bounded by the states of Nayarit and Aguascalientes and Zacatecas (north), Guanajuato (east), Michoacán and Colima (south), and by the Pacific Ocean (west).
The Sierra Madre Occidental traverses the state, separating the narrow, heavily forested coastal plain from a high plateau region that is...
www.britannica.com /eb/article-9004095   (409 words)

  
 Aguascalientes on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Aguascalientes is noted for its warm mineral springs and for its beautiful climate.
The involvement of the private sector in water servicing: effects on the urban poor in the case of Aguascalientes, Mexico.
En el palenque electoral de Aguascalientes, PRI y PAN amarran navajas, sin poder asegurar quien va a ganar.
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 Aguascalientes, Mexico Hotels and Resorts Vacations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
If you get to Aguascalientes in the last two weeks of April, or the first two weeks of May, there is no way you'll miss the San Marcos National Fair-the whole city come alive with music that bursts from the heart and spills into the streets.
Aguascalientes hotels, ranging from good to excellent, can lodge more than 3,000 visitors.
With the recent opening of the EXPOPLAZA (which houses the Exposition Center), Aguascalientes came to the forefront as a viable world destination for conventions, congresses, expositions, and meetings.
www.gotomexico.net /aguascalientes.htm   (202 words)

  
 ZNet |Chiapas | Chiapas, the Thirteenth Stele
Many people did not know that first "Aguascalientes," whether because they couldn't go, or because they were very young in that year (if you are 24 now, or turning 25, you would have been 14 then, or turning 15), but it was a formidable ship.
Then, yes, the "Aguascalientes" were what they should be: spaces for encuentro and dialogue with national and international civil society.
The other pink heel never arrived, and the pair remained incomplete, and piling up in the "Aguascalientes" were useless computers, expired medicines, extravagant (for us) clothes, which couldn't even be used for plays ("señas," they call them here) and, yes, shoes without their mate.
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 Aguascalientes, Mexico - Senior Fellow Job Descriptions - English Language Fellow Program - SIT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Fellow will be placed in the State's capital by the same name, Aguascalientes, and will work with the General Coordinator of "Progress", the head of the State's English Program.
Senior English Language Fellow will assist the state level ministry of education in Aguascalientes to develop a teacher training cadre and teacher training modules.
This project, however, addresses a higher level of training and will enable the Ministry of Education in Aguascalientes to develop both a cadre of trainers and materials for sustainable language teaching and future endeavors.
www.sit.edu /elf/senior/western_hemisphere/mexico_aguascalientes.html   (161 words)

  
 Tour By Mexico ® - Aguascalientes City in Aguascalientes State, Mexico
The Colonial City of Aguascalientes is situated in the central part of Mexico and is rich in colonial period architecture.
Also celebrated in this city is a Grape Fair as well as the Pilgrimage of the Assumption on August 15th, an event which includes a parade, dances, and other recreational activities.
Taste the delicious traditional cuisine, which offers dishes such as birria (steamed lamb casserole), Aguascalientes style mole, chicken in wine sauce, pickled hides, and cabrito (roasted goat).
www.tourbymexico.com /aguascal/aguascal/aguas.htm   (345 words)

  
 Aguascalientes page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Situated in Central Mexico, the state of Aguascalientes has been a silent giant in Mexico's economic development.
Business-wise, Aguascalientes has figured as a prominent producer of vineyards and cattle including some of the most prominent bull-breeding ranches in Mexico.
Today, the agri-business continues to grow and Nissan's manufacturing operations are part of greater Aguascalientes.
www.sanbachs.net /cgi-bin/mexico/mexico1.cgi/State=Aguascalientes   (92 words)

  
 ipedia.com: Aguascalientes (state) Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Aguascalientes is the name of a city and a state in Mexico.
ESTADO DE AGUASCALIENTES Other Mexican States Capital Aguascalientes Oth...
Aguascalientes (a Spanish name meaning "hot waters"; the corresponding adjective for the state and its inhabitants is the whimsical hidrocálido) is a State of Mexico, situated in the center of the country.
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 Aguascalientes Travel: Deals and travel information for Aguascalientes, Central Mexico   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Aguascalientes Travel: Deals and travel information for Aguascalientes, Central Mexico
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 Geography. .Aguascalientes
Aguascalientes has an area of 5,197 square kilometers.
It has eleven municipalities, and its capital city is Aguascalientes.
Since it has little rainfall, vegetation is scarce.
www.elbalero.gob.mx /kids/explora/html/aguasc/geografi.html   (154 words)

  
 Aguascalientes Mexico Hotels, Resorts Aguascalientes Mexico Hotels, Resorts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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