Zacapú (Place of Stones), is a city and surrounding municipality in the Nahuatzen mountains of Michoacán, Mexico. It is located at . The municipality has an area of 455.96km2 (176.05 sq mi). Geographic features in Zacapu include the Cerro del Tecolote mountain range.
The 2010 Mexican census indicated that the city had a population of 52,806 and the municipality a population of 73,455.
- José Ángel Aguilar - Writer.
- Juan B. Guido - Poet.
- Fray Jacobo Daciano - Danish Franciscan priest, member of the Tzintzuntzan convent.
- Primo Tapia de la Cruz - Labor leader who organized farming communities against landholders. He was assassinated in 1926.
- Abel Alcázar Pallares - Philanthropist and community activist.
- Armando Martínes "Amando Martínez" - Ciclist.
- Rodolfo Vitela "El Quijote" - Ciclist
- Jorge del Pozzo - Businessman
- César Martínez - Boxer.
- Adolfo García Trujillo - Marathonist.
- Eugenio Calderón - Professional footballer, played for Cruz Azul, Morelia, Irapuato, Tigres and Guadalajara. Retired in 1992.
- Michoacán, Enciclopedia de los Municipios de México
- Zacapu.com, website from Zacapu city (in Spanish)
- Zacapu.gob.mx, Zacapu municipal government website (in Spanish)
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