Temozón Municipality

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Temozón
Municipality
Palacio municipal de Temozon.jpg
Location of the Municipality
Location of the Municipality
Temozón is located in Mexico
Temozón
Temozón
Location of the Municipality in Mexico
Coordinates: 20°55′N 87°55′W / 20.917°N 87.917°W / 20.917; -87.917Coordinates: 20°55′N 87°55′W / 20.917°N 87.917°W / 20.917; -87.917
Country Flag of Mexico.svg Mexico
State Flag of Yucatan.svg Yucatán
Mexico Ind. 1821
Yucatan Est. 1824
Municipality Est. 1915[1]
Government
 • Type PRI PRI logo (Mexico).svg 2007-2010
 • Municipal President Carlos Manuel Aguilar Loria[1]
Area
 • Total 1,087.06 km2 (419.72 sq mi)
  [1]
Elevation[1] 22 m (72 ft)
Population (2005 [2][3])
 • Total 14,008
 • Demonym Temozonense
Time zone Central Standard Time (UTC-6)
 • Summer (DST) Central Daylight Time (UTC-5)
INEGI Code 085
Major Airport Merida (Manuel Crescencio Rejón) International Airport
IATA Code MID
ICAO Code MMMD
Website Official Website

Temozón Municipality is one of the 106 subdivisions of the State of Yucatán in Mexico. Its municipal seat is located in the City of Temozón.

Location[edit]

This municipality is located in the eastern region of the state. It is between latitudes 20° 48 'and 20° 57' north and longitudes 87° 47' and 88 ° 16' west.[1]

Its northern border is Calotmul - Tizimín, to the south is Valladolid, on the east Chemax and the west Espita and Uayma.[1]

Communities[edit]

The municipality is made up of 99 different communities, of which the most important are:[1]

  • Temozón (Municipal Center)
  • Hunuku
  • Nahbalam
  • Yokdzonot Presentado
  • Santa Rita

Landmarks[edit]

Architectural[edit]

San Roman Church, built during the colonial period (probably in the eighteenth century). The church of San Antonio de Padua, and the municipal building.[1]

Archeological[edit]

Ek' Balam[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i "Nuestros municipios - Temozón". Archived from the original on 2009-07-24. Retrieved 2009-11-11. 
  2. ^ "Encyclopedia of the Municipalities of Mexico: Yucatan". Archived from the original on 2008-11-20. Retrieved 2009-11-01. 
  3. ^ Census Results by Locality, 2005 Archived 2011-07-22 at the Wayback Machine. INEGI.