Talk:Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes

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I suggest Aguascalientes (Mexico)

aguascalientes is one of the most popular places in mexico for its fair of san marcos. I'd say keep it as it is, to stick with the format of the Wikipedia entries on Mexico. The articles on Mexican cities are identified exactly like U.S. cities -- by city and state.

I apologize in advance if this is the wrong place to write this (having never written on a talk page before), but what is the intended meaning of "conventual" in the history section? I was editing it and had no idea what that was supposed to mean. User:burntorange72 —Preceding comment was added at 03:44, 13 April 2008 (UTC)

Football team[edit]

Actually the state count on his attractive one football team of first division "necaxa" one professional baseball team "rieleros" and one professional basketball team "panteras"
What's the intended sense here? This reads like bad machine translation. -- Smerdis of Tlön 04:55, 9 Mar 2005 (UTC)
"At present, the state has one first-division football team ("Necaxa"), one professional baseball team ("Los Rieleros"), and one professional basketball team ("Los Panteras")."
So now you know. Go on, stick that sentence into the article and make a Babelfish very happy. (Necaxa royally stuffed Man Utd down in Brazil a few years, of course.) Hajor 05:44, 9 Mar 2005 (UTC)
I figured it was something like that, but was not sure. It has been done. We apparently already have a fairly nice article on the soccer team; I made space for the basketball team and the baseball team in case anyone ever wants to make them. -- Smerdis of Tlön 14:28, 9 Mar 2005 (UTC)

This article has been added to Category:Municipalities of Aguascalientes by Eagle (talk) (desk) at 21:15, 3 December 2005 (UTC). I am putting all Municipalities of Aguascalientes in one category

Governer[edit]

Could anyone please provide the name of the governer of Aguascalientes?

The governor is Carlos Lozano de la Torre