City Hall

City Hall (HM2FK2)

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N 21° 48.024', W 100° 44.223'

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 Presidencia MunicipalInicialmente el Palacio Municipal se conocía con el
nombre de Casas Reales, y era la vivienda del gobernante indígena. En el año de 1674 tuvo lugar la visita del Alcalde Mayor Martín de Mendalde, quien visitando los pueblos, ordenó la reedificación del inmueble. Se sabe que el edificio fue renovado durante el Porfiriato. Se adjudica su construcción a don Rafael Arias Rivera y a don Atilano Covarrubias, entonces Presidente Municipal.
English:City HallIt was originally known by the name of Royal House and was the home of the Indian Governor. In 1674 Principal Mayor Martín de Mendalde visited this location and ordered the property be rebuilt. There is also a historical reference that it was renovated during the Porfirio Díaz period. The reconstruction of the building was carried out by Rafael Arias and Atilano Rivera Covarrubias, then City Mayor.
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HM NumberHM2FK2
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Date Added Saturday, April 13th, 2019 at 2:01pm PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)14Q E 320430 N 2411745
Decimal Degrees21.80040000, -100.73705000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 21° 48.024', W 100° 44.223'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds21° 48' 1.4400000000001" N, 100° 44' 13.38" W
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