Tatahuicapan

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Tatahuicapan de Juárez or Tatahuicapan is a municipality located in the south-east of the state of Veracruz in Mexico at 18°15′N 94°46′W / 18.250°N 94.767°W / 18.250; -94.767. It was created in 1997 with an area of 208.06 km2.

Geographic Limits[edit]

The municipality of Tatahuicapan is delimited to the north, south and east by Mecayapan, and to the west by Soteapan.[1] The rivers Tatahuicapán, Zapoapan, Piedra Labrada, Texizapan, and Temoloapan run through the region.

Climate[edit]

The weather in Tatahuicapan is typically warm all year round, with regular rains in summer and autumn.

Agriculture[edit]

The principal agricultural products are maize, beans, sugarcane, papaya, orange fruit, mango, and coconut.

Celebrations[edit]

A celebration takes place in March in honor of San Gabriel, patron saint of the town, and another in December in honor of the Virgen de Guadalupe.

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