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Tuxtla Gutiérrez (Mexico)

LC control no.n 84191860
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Geographic headingTuxtla Gutiérrez (Mexico)
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Geographic subdivision usageMexico--Tuxtla Gutiérrez
Variant(s)Tuxtla Gutierres (Mexico)
Tuxtla (Mexico)
Gutierrez (Mexico)
Tuchtlán (Mexico)
Tuxtla de Gutiérrez (México)
Coyatokmó (Mexico)
Coyatok (Mexico)
Tōchtlān Gutiérrez (Mexico)
Associated countryMexico
LocatedChiapas (Mexico)
Found inCuadernos culturales (Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Mexico). Cuadernos culturales; no 6. Thomas, N.D. Demografía y distribución moderna de los zoques, 1982: p. 4 of cover (Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas)
Phone call to BGN, 10/11/84 (Tuxtla [brief] Gutiérrez, ppl, 16°45ʹN 93°07ʹW; variants: Tuxtla Gutierres, Tuxtla, Gutierrez)
Tuchtlán, 1992.
Coyatokmó, Tuxtla de Gutiérrez : gajos de su historia ... 1989: p. 33 (the Zoque Indian dialect terms for the city of Tuxtla were Coyatok or Coyatokmó; in the lang. of the Nahuas, the city was called Tuchtlán)
Enciclopedia de México, 1998 (Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chis.; 16°45ʹN 95°07ʹW)
GEOnet, March 10, 2014 (Tuxtla Gutiérrez (approved), Tuxtla (short), variants: Gutierrez; Tuxtla; Tuxtla Gutierres; Mexico, ADM1: Chiapas; 16°45ʹ17ʺN 093°06ʹ53ʺW = 16.754689 -93.114852; seat of a first-order administrative division)
Wikipedia, March 10, 2014 (Tuxtla Gutiérrez is the capital (since 1892) and the largest city of the Free and Sovereign State of Chiapas; Tōchtlān Gutiérrez; commonly known as Tuxtla; 16°45ʹ10ʺN 093°07ʹ00ʺW )
Geographic area coden-mx---
Associated languagespa
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