. Chiapas is one of the most important economic centers of Chiapas as the capitol of the agricultural wealth of the Soconusco area and as a commercial center between Mexico and Central America.
This area was initially populated by the Mames as a district under the supervision of the Mame state of Xelaju, but was first founded as a town by the Aztecs in the thirteenth centuries. Farming began a story of migrating to the area that still lasts today and has abandoned the town with a significant Asiatic and ethnic heritage as well as a large Mayan and Nahuan population.
Tapachula's most celebrated native is the actor and vocalist Bibi Gaytan, who first gained fame in the 90s. Since 2015, the Cafetaleros de Tapachula have been representing the town in the Ascenso MX, the second league of Mexico's soccer scene. Most of Chiapas' business activity is concentrated in Tapachula, the commercial centre of the Soconusco business community and the commercial harbour between Mexico and Central America.
Hurricane Stan seriously damage the railway line linking Oaxaca and Chiapas with Guatemala, with repair work continuing from 2011. 14 ] Tapachula is serviced by commercially operated carriers via Tapachula International Airport. Hop up to: a p d e d e f g i n g Jiménez González, Victor Manuel, ed.
Chiapas: Guide par descubrir los encantos del estado[Chiapas: Guide to discover the charms of the state] (in Spanish). Mexican City: Hop up to: a p d e p r e p a t e n g p r o d u t e p r o d u t e n (in Spanish). México: Mexico: Chiapas Tourist Office. Returned on February 8, 2012.
Skip up to: a p d e d e f g i j j Budd, Jim (March 11, 2007). "Tapachula redescubierta" [Rediscovered Light Traveler/Tapachula]. Reform (in Spanish). Mexico-town. p. 21. Climb on ^ "Mexico Protegera a Commerciantes Durante La Feria Internacional de Tapachula" [Mexico will be protecting traders during the Feria Internacional de Tapachula].
Noteticias Financieras (in Spanish). jumping up to: a in Flores, Gerardo (30 July 2009). "The Chinese, a 100-year-old story in Tapachula." DIARIARY DEL SUR (in Spanish). Chiapas. Returned on February 8, 2012. Climb on ^ "Remodelarán Casa de la Comunidad China en Tapachula"[China and Tapachula join town twinning].
DIARIARY DEL SUR (in Spanish). Chiapas. 24 January 2012. Returned on February 8, 2012. Climb on ^ "China y Tapachula para tan convention de hermandad" [China and Tapachula signed town twinning]. DIARIARY DEL SUR (in Spanish). Chiapas. Returned on February 8, 2012. Skip up to: a w o r k d "Historia" [History] (in Spanish).
Chiapas, Mexico: Diocese of Tapachula. Returned on February 8, 2012. Hop up to: a bay d e f g i h y k r im e d e d e f g e d e d t e "Tapachula". Encyclopedia of Communities and Delegations of Mexiko - Chiapas State (in Spanish). México: Returned on February 8, 2012.
Hop up to: a to " Tapachula ". Brought back on April 23, 2014. Skip up to: a p d e p r o d e f g p r o d i g "Tapachula" (in Spanish). Chiapas, Mexico: Tapachula Municipality. Archives from the originals on 12 February 2012. Returned on February 8, 2012. Hop up to: a to Perez de los Reyes, Marco Antonio.
Lawídicas (in Spanish). México: Mexico: Returned on January 27, 2012. Pensamiento, Daniel (April 7, 2000). "Tapachula Saldran y Tapachula Ferrrocarriles " [PEMEX and the railways will abandon Tapachula]. The Norte (in Spanish). Monterrey, Mexiko. p. 16. Skip up to: a to " Avanza en Tapachula regreubicación de estatción de tren".
Novex (in Spanish). Mexican City. Skip up ^ "Ubican 82 communidades agunidades agunas de altos riesgo en Tapachula"[82 municipalities designated as high-risk areas in Tapachula]. Novex (in Spanish). Mexican City. Hop up, Estado de Chiapas-Estacion: The Tapachula (DGE)". Returned on February 13, 2016. Skip to ^ "Extreme Temperature and Rainfall for Tapachula (DGE) 1952-2008" (in Spanish).
Returned on February 13, 2016. Returned on February 13, 2016. Hop up "Station 76903 Tapachula, Chis". Returned on February 13, 2016. Spring up ^ "Un joco de historia" [A little history] (in Spanish). Chiapas, Mexico: Tapachula Diocese. Returned on February 8, 2012.
Leap high ^ Eugenio Eliseo, Eugenio Pérez Villalba, Elba Pérez de León (May-August 2009). "This is the case of Soconusco, Chiapas, Mexico Convergence: Convergenica (auf Spanisch). Mexico State: Retrieved on January 27, 2012. Hop up "Tapachula,.... Novex (in Spanish). Mexican City.