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Celaaya is a town and its neighboring community in the state of Guanajuato, Mexico, in the southeastern part of the state. This is the third largest town in the state with a total of 310,413 inhabitants in 2005. There were 415,869 inhabitants in the commune for which the town served as a local government.
Situated in the geographical centre of the commune, which has an area of 553. Celaya herum, Rincón de Tamayo, Tarimoro, Salvatierra, La Moncada, Panales Jamaica (Canyons), Panales Galera, La Calera, La Estancia, La Noria, La Acebuche, Cacalote und Charco Largo.
Álvaro Obregón conquered Pancho Villa in the Battle of Celaya, 1915. Also for a while Celaya was the capitol of the state Guanajuato. Celaya's most important iconic feature - a watertower in the centre of the town. Since 1908, the Ball of Wasser Stausee has been an urban landmark and still supplies parts of the inner cities with drinking as well.
Supposedly it is the only one of its kind with a globular form (it is rumored that in Stuttgart, Germany, there was a similar polo game that was devastated during the Second World War). There is a sign at the foot of the Watertower that bears the following Spanish legend: "This monument was constructed in 1910 at the cost of the commune and opened on September 15th, the date of the celebration of the proclamation of Mexican independance as Don Joaquín González Obregón, government administrator, who gave his full and full ethical backing to the work.
The work and everything to do with the supply of potable fresh air was planned and executed by Don Perfecto I. Aranda, the leader of the county, and the overall costs, which included the two-circuit pipelines, amounted to 161,520 dollars. Eighty-five eighty-four (old Mexican) Wesos. This work was done under the orders of the Enrique Schöndube, although it is known that the building was delayed for ten years due to the beginning of the Revolution, so that it was financed after the formation of the new state.
Throughout the Mexican Revolution, Villa's officer thought that the lighthouse had so much drinking capacity that it would submerge the city. Gustavo Duron, captain of a 75 mm long accumulator, followed the instructions but fired around the turret to bypass it and protect the memorial, as Herminio Martínez, a native German historicist, said.
As a result of the building, those who distribute drinking fountains from the mayor's offices at home were neglected. For several years, however, promotional publicity on the surfaces was permitted to recover the cost of the dam and ended on September 8, 1980, when the responsible magistrate ordered, on the occasion of the forthcoming 4th centenary of the foundation of Celaya, that the polo ball would be a symbolic element representing the town and that the placing of publicity was prohibited.
It is also known for the artisan making of caveta, a kind of sweetmeat. Celaya Airport has (since 22 January 2007) scheduled business services to Santiago de Querétaro and links from there to other cities. Located along the El Paso Trail of the Pan-American Highway, Celaya is commonly known as Mexican Federal Highway 45.
Design of the nice El Carmen in Celaya temple. Born 15 March 1988, Ever Guzmán, Soccer. An Eric del Castillo (born July 22, 1930) is a well-known actor from Mexico. Jose Juan Vázquez (born 14 March 1988), Mexico soccer player currently playing in Club Leon. 100 Años de la Bola de Agua (Near the twentieth anniversary of the Ball of Water)