Taxisco

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Taxisco is a municipality in the Santa Rosa department of Guatemala. It is located near the shoreline of the Pacific Ocean.

Taxisco was the birthplace of Juan José Arévalo, who served as President of the Republic from 1945 to 1951.

Prior to the Spanish Conquest, Taxisco was occupied by the Xinca people.[1]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Letona Zuleta et al, p.5.

References[edit]

Letona Zuleta, José Vinicio; Carlos Camacho Nassar and Juan Antonio Fernández Gamarro. "Las tierras comunales xincas de Guatemala" (DOC). In Carlos Camacho Nassar. Tierra, identidad y conflicto en Guatemala: Las tierras comunales xincas. Guatemala: Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO; Misión de Verificación de las Naciones Unidas en Guatemala (MINUGUA); Dependencia Presidencial de Asistencia Legal y Resolución de Conflictos sobre la Tierra (CONTIERRA). Retrieved 2011-09-22.  (Spanish)

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 14°04′N 90°28′W / 14.067°N 90.467°W / 14.067; -90.467

sitios de referencia: www.tu-taxisco.com