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The Querétaro (Spanish pronunciation:[ke??eta?o]), official free and sovereign state of Querétaro (Spanish: The Estado Libre y Soberano de Querétaro (formally Querétaro de Arteaga) is one of the 32 Mexican government agencies. Santiago de Querétaro is the capitol. It' s in the north of Mexico, in a part of the country called Bajío.

Bordering the states of San Luis Potosí in the northern part, Guanajuato in the western part, Hidalgo in the eastern part, Mexico in the south-eastern part and Michoacán in the south-west. It is one of the smallest in Mexico, but also one of the most geographically heterogeneous,[9][10] with eco-systems ranging from the desert to the tropics, especially in the Sierra Gorda, which is full of micro-ecosystems.

Sierra Gorda, in particular, had a number of small city-states, but when the Spaniards came, they were all deserted, and only small farming towns and crescent-shaped tribes inhabited the area. Santiago de Querétaro, which still dominated the state in cultural, economic and educational terms.

Arkansas State University in Jonesboro, Arkansas, in December 2013 announces the building of an ASU campus in Querétaro. Building began in February 2014. Whereas the beginning of lessons was initially planned for July 2015, the opening was postponed to 2016 due to infrastructural problems (e.g. lack of electricity and water). Las Diputaciones Provinciales (PDF) (in Spanish) p. 15.

Archives (PDF) from the originals on 07.06.2011. Señadorespor Queretaro LXI Legislatura. Archives from the orginal on 30 June 2017. Returned on April 5, 2011. Listado de Diputados Por Grupo Parlamentario del Estado de Queretaro. Archives from the originals on 20 July 2011. Returned on April 5, 2011. Archives from the orginal from 7. June 2007.

Returned on February 12, 2013. Archives from the orginal on November 17, 2010. Returned on April 5, 2011. Archives (PDF) from the orginal dated 10 December 2015. Returned on December 8, 2015. Queretaro. Archives from the orginal on 6 October 2017. Brought back on October 5, 2017. Archives from the originals, July 15, 2017.

Brought back on October 5, 2017. General and historic information of the State" (in Spanish). México: Mexico: Querétaro State. Archives from the orginal on 30 December 2010. Returned on March 12, 2011. Directory of Municipalities of Mexico Querétaro (in Spanish).

Mexico: Archives from the originals on 18 July 2011. Returned on March 12, 2011. Directory of Mexico Querétaro Municipalities (in Spanish). Mexico: Archives from the originals on 18 July 2011. Returned on March 12, 2011. Desconocido Mexico (in Spanish). Mexican City: "The Sierra Gorda of Querétaro" (in Spanish).

Mexico: Archives from the originals on 30 January 2011. Returned on March 12, 2011. I' m sorry. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Universal (in Spanish). Mexican City. 13 February 2011. Mexico: Expanded Demographics. Archives from the originals on 11 March 2012. Bounced 2011-07-29. Archives (PDF) from the orginal on 10.12.2015.

Retracted 2015-12-08. Returned on March 12, 2011. Directory of Mexico Querétaro Municipalities (in Spanish). Mexico: Archives from the originals on 18 July 2011. Returned on March 12, 2011. Crawford, Mark (February 2004). It'?s a good idea to call it Querétaro.

Archives from the originals on 8 March 2010. Returned on March 12, 2011. a Querétaro por Viêgencia" [Migration to Querétaro is increasing]. Universal (in Spanish). Mexican City. 23 January 2011. Directory of Mexico Querétaro Municipalities (in Spanish). Mexico: National Institute for Federalism and Communal Development.

Archives from the originals on 18 July 2011. Returned on March 12, 2011. "Females and Portraits in Mexico." Directory of Mexico Querétaro Municipalities (in Spanish). Mexico: National Institute for Federalism and Communal Development. Archives from the originals on 18 July 2011. Returned on March 12, 2011. The " Spanish language " is the language of the "Actividades y ratas pace el año" [routes and activites for the whole year].

México: Mexico: Querétaro State. Archives from the originals on 10 February 2011. Returned on March 12, 2011. Mexican Folk Dance (in Spanish). México: Mexico: Folkloric Danza Mexiko. Archives from the originals on 1 February 2011. Returned on March 12, 2011. Directory of Municipalities of Mexico Querétaro (in Spanish).

Mexico: National Institute for Federalism and Communal Development. Archives from the originals on 18 July 2011. Returned on March 12, 2011. Querétaro', the word chosen as the most beautiful on Spanish day". It'?s CNN Mexico. June 18, 2011. Archives from the orginal from 11. January 2012. Returned on December 14, 2011.

Querétaro and the other five favorite Spanish words. June 18, 2011. Archives from the orginal on September 3, 2011. Returned on December 14, 2011. The Jiménez González Encyclopedia, p. 29. The Jiménez González Encyclopedia of Mexico Querétaro Querétaro Querétaro Municipalities, p. 28 (in Spanish).

México: Mexico: INFED. Archives from the orginal on 18.07.2011. Bounced 2009-11-12-12. Santiago, Querétaro" (in Spanish). México: Mexico: The Clima. Archives from the orginal on 09.02.2010. Bounced 2009-11-12-12. Santiago de Queretaro Tutorial. Bounced 2009-11-12-12. "The Sierra Gorda of Querétaro." Seventy-seven (in Spanish). Mexican City: XIII: 54-63.

Archives from the originals on 30 January 2011. Returned on March 29, 2011. Seventy-seven (in Spanish). Mexican City: 28-37 Editorial Raíces S.A. de C.V. XIII. Archives from the originals on 30 January 2011. Returned on March 29, 2011. Querétaro - Pinal de Amoles. The Enciclopedia de Los Municipios de México (in Spanish).

Mexico: National Institute for Federalism and Communal Development. Archives from the originals on 27 March 2012. Returned on April 4, 2011. Acueducto II en Querétaro" [Emphasis on the advantages of the Acueduct II in Querétaro]. Universal (in Spanish). Mexican City. 17 February 2011. Salvador Castillo (19 February 2011).

"The Querétaro company creates a quarter of the employment in the state. Claroscurovip Magazine de Querétaro (in Spanish). Querétaro, Mexico. Archives from the originals on 3 March 2016. Returned on March 12, 2011. Directory of Mexico Querétaro Municipalities (in Spanish). Mexico: Archives from the originals on 18 July 2011.

Returned on March 12, 2011. Mexico has received over 80 billion US dollar in FDI during this government (sic)" (press release). 2 February 2011. Returned on March 12, 2011. Luis Alberto Medina (11 January 2009). "Querétaro, centrro aeronáutico". The Siglo de Torreon (in Spanish).

Torreon, Mexico. Archives from the originals on 20 January 2011. Returned on March 12, 2011. The Governor opens the Querétaro Congress Centre. -Diario Rotativo (in Spanish). Querétaro, Mexico. 5 February 2011. Archives from the originals on 9 February 2011. Returned on March 12, 2011.

The Donde Ir (in Spanish). Mexican City: Donnellery de México S de RI de CV: 54. A Querétaro Trail of cheeses and wines" (in Spanish). México: Mexico: Querétaro State Secretaria del Turismo. Archives from the originals on 10 February 2011. Returned on March 12, 2011.

"BernaI (Querétaro)" (in Spanish). Dode de Viaje (in Spanish). Quebecor World Mexico DF SA de CV: 58-65. Directory of Mexico Querétaro Municipalities (in Spanish).

Mexico: Archives from the originals on 18 July 2011. Returned on March 12, 2011. Querétaro: Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro. Archives from the originals on 22 July 2011. Returned on March 12, 2011. Historia de la UTEQ" [History of the UTEQ] (in Spanish). Querétaro: Technological University of the State of Querétaro. Archives from the originals, March 4, 2016.

Returned on March 12, 2011. <font color="#ffff00">Antecedentes Históricos <font color="#ffff00">-==- proudly presents Querétaro: Technological Institute of the State of Querétaro. Archives from the originals on 25 February 2010. Returned on March 12, 2011. "The A-State Campus in Mexico is scheduled to open in 2016." statate.edu. Archives from the originals on 1 July 2017. Brought back on April 28, 2018.

Historia (in Spanish). Querétaro: Querétaro International Airport. Archives from the orginal on 13. June 2010. Returned on March 12, 2011. Directory of Mexico Querétaro Municipalities (in Spanish). Mexico: Archives from the originals on 18 July 2011. Returned on March 12, 2011. "The Ranas (Querétaro)" (in Spanish). Mexican City:

Mexiko Desconocido Magazin. Archives from the originals on 22 July 2011. Returned on March 12, 2011. "The Toluquilla (Querétaro)" (in Spanish). Mexican City: Mexiko Desconocido Magazin. Archives from the originals on 22 July 2011. Returned on March 12, 2011. El Cerrito, neuevo ractivo en Querétaro" [El Cerrito, new ride in Querétaro] (in Spanish).

Mexico: Archives from the originals on 22 July 2011. Returned on March 12, 2011. Archaeologists condemn the dismissal in Querétaro. Universal (in Spanish). Mexican City. 9 January 2011.

Mexiko City: Editorial Oceano de Mexico, SA de CV. Commons Wikimedia has related Querétaro related newsletters.

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