Lagos de MorenoMoreno Lake
The Lagos de Moreno (Spanish [ ?la?os ðe mo??eno] (help-info)) is a town and its surroundings with the same name, situated in the far northeast of the state of Jalisco in Mexico. At the 2010 supercensus, the town had 153,817 residents, making it the sixth biggest town in the state of Jalisco.
It is the commune headquarters of the commune, which covers an area of 2,648.22 square kilometres (1,022.48 square metres) and has a total of 153,817 residents, and comprises many other small peripheral communes, the biggest of which are Paso de Cuarenta (San Miguel de Cuarenta) and Los Azulitos. The Lagos de Moreno is sometimes known as the "Athens of Jalisco" because many authors and famous authors were created there.
Lagos de Moreno's origin goes back to its foundation as Pechichitlán or Teziziatlan by Ahnuvic VII around 1028 BC. Then, the town was the capitol of the Chichimecatlalli feudal estate. Contemporary urban development began on 31 March 1563, when it was established as Villa de Santa María de Los Lagos by Captain Don Hernando Martel and Captain Don Pedro de Anda together with 72 royal Spain lords, minions and butlers.
Lagos was re-named Lagos de Moreno in remembrance of the rebel lious General Pedro Moreno (1775-1817), a founder of Mexico, who fought against Spain in the war of Mexican independence. Formerly, the Francisco Primo de Verdad National Airport (IATA: LOM) operated the town. Skip up ^ Cruz, Osiel (August 16, 2013).
Spring high Kottek, M.; J. Grieser; J. Beck; J. Rudolf; F. Rubel (2006). Skip up to: a y a y d e "Lagos de Moreno (DGE) Normales climbológicas 1951-2010" (in Spanish). Archives from the originals on 3 March 2016. Returned on January 10, 2013. Skip per: a y a y e n t "Normales climbológicas para Lagos de Moreno, Jalisco" (auf Spanisch).
Archives from the originals on 21 February 2013. Returned on January 10, 2013. Skip high to: a bid "Extreme temperature and rainfall for the Lagos de Moreno 1942-2010" (in Spanish). Archives from the originals on 3 March 2016. Returned on January 21, 2013.