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Map of Chiquimula district in Guatemala

Basic information about Chiquimula
Chiquimula is a city in Guatemala. It serves both as the capital of the department of Chiquimula and as the municipal seat for the surrounding municipality of the same name.It is some 174 km from Guatemala City and is in Guatemala often called \La perla del oriente\ (the pearl of the east).
Cities, towns & villages in Chiquimula
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IpalaIpala is a municipality in the Chiquimula department of Guatemala. Show Ipalaon the map
EsquipulasEsquipulas (Nahuatl: Isquitzuchil, \"place where flowers abound\"), officially Municipality of Esquipulas, whose original name was Yzquipulas, is the largest city located in the department of Chiquimula, in eastern Guatemala. Esquipulas' main attraction is the beautiful Black Christ located in the Basilica of Esquipulas, making the city an important place of Catholic pilgrimage for Central America. It is also one of the most important cities of the country and one that has had the most economic and cultural growth. In 2002 it was registered on UNESCO's tentative World Heritage list. Show Esquipulason the map
JocotánJocotán is a municipality in the Chiquimula department of Guatemala. This town is the location of Radio Chortis, a Roman Catholic radio station funded by Belgian and German Catholics. It broadcasts primarily in Spanish, but there are a few hours a week in the Chortis language, which is still spoken in some isolated areas. Show Jocotánon the map
OlopaOlopa is a municipality in the Chiquimula department of Guatemala. The 16,000 residents of Olopa reside in 1 town (Olopa) and 29 villages. It is bordered on the north by the municipality of Jocotán, on the south and east by Esquipulas, and on the west by Quezaltepeque and San Juan Hermitage. It has a subtropical highland climate (Köppen: Cwb). Show Olopaon the map
QuezaltepequeQuezaltep eque (Spanish pronunciation: [kesalteˈpeke]) is a municipality in the Chiquimula department of Guatemala. There are approximately 5,000 inhabitants. The local economy is based on agriculture. Agricultural products include coffee, maize and beans. As of 1993, there was a working telegraph terminal there in the post office. Show Quezaltepequeon the map
San José La AradaSan José La Arada (Spanish pronunciation: [saŋ xoˈse la aɾaða]) is a municipality in the Chiquimula department of Guatemala. Show San José La Aradaon the map
San Juan ErmitaSan Juan Ermita is a municipality in the Chiquimula department of Guatemala. Show San Juan Ermitaon the map
CamotánCamotán is a municipality in the Chiquimula department of Guatemala. Show Camotánon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Chiquimula
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Municipio de IpalaIpala is a municipality in the Chiquimula department of Guatemala.Show on map
Municipio de EsquipulasEsquipulas (Nahuatl: Isquitzuchil, \"place where flowers abound\"), officially Municipality of Esquipulas, whose original name was Yzquipulas, is the largest city located in the department of Chiquimula, in eastern Guatemala. Esquipulas' main attraction is the beautiful Black Christ located in the Basilica of Esquipulas, making the city an important place of Catholic pilgrimage for Central America. It is also one of the most important cities of the country and one that has had the most economic and cultural growth. In 2002 it was registered on UNESCO's tentative World Heritage list.Show on map
Municipio de JocotánJocotán is a municipality in the Chiquimula department of Guatemala. This town is the location of Radio Chortis, a Roman Catholic radio station funded by Belgian and German Catholics. It broadcasts primarily in Spanish, but there are a few hours a week in the Chortis language, which is still spoken in some isolated areas.Show on map
Municipio de OlopaOlopa is a municipality in the Chiquimula department of Guatemala. The 16,000 residents of Olopa reside in 1 town (Olopa) and 29 villages. It is bordered on the north by the municipality of Jocotán, on the south and east by Esquipulas, and on the west by Quezaltepeque and San Juan Hermitage. It has a subtropical highland climate (Köppen: Cwb).Show on map
Municipio de QuezaltepequeQuezaltep eque (Spanish pronunciation: [kesalteˈpeke]) is a municipality in the Chiquimula department of Guatemala. There are approximately 5,000 inhabitants. The local economy is based on agriculture. Agricultural products include coffee, maize and beans. As of 1993, there was a working telegraph terminal there in the post office.Show on map
Municipio de ChiquimulaChiquimula is a city in Guatemala. It serves both as the capital of the department of Chiquimula and as the municipal seat for the surrounding municipality of the same name.It is some 174 km from Guatemala City and is in Guatemala often called \"La perla del oriente\" (the pearl of the east).Show on map
Departamento de ChiquimulaChiquimula is a city in Guatemala. It serves both as the capital of the department of Chiquimula and as the municipal seat for the surrounding municipality of the same name.It is some 174 km from Guatemala City and is in Guatemala often called \"La perla del oriente\" (the pearl of the east).Show on map
Municipio de Concepción Las MinasConcepción Las Minas (Spanish pronunciation: [konsepˈsjon las ˈminas]) is a municipality in southern Chiquimula department of Guatemala in Central America.Show on map
Municipio de San José La AradaSan José La Arada (Spanish pronunciation: [saŋ xoˈse la aɾaða]) is a municipality in the Chiquimula department of Guatemala.Show on map
Municipio de San JacintoSan Jacinto (Spanish pronunciation: [saŋ xaˈsinto]) is a municipality in the Chiquimula department of Guatemala.Show on map
Municipio de San Juan ErmitaSan Juan Ermita is a municipality in the Chiquimula department of Guatemala.Show on map
Municipio de CamotánCamotán is a municipality in the Chiquimula department of Guatemala.Show on map