Taxco


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Tax·co

 (täs′kō)
A town of southern Mexico south-southwest of Mexico City. A mining town founded in 1529, it is a popular resort center.
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com/story/missing-womans-remains-found-cooked-in-pots-on-stove-11219175) Sky News , the unidentified woman went missing from her home in Taxco, Guerrero, southwest of Mexico City on Jan.
Si es cierto que el costo de la reconstruccion, como lo afirmo el presidente Enrique Pena Nieto, es de cerca de 37 mil millones de pesos, y si es verdad, como dijo en Taxco, que la "reconstruccion y la educacion son prioridades", bastaria con destinar todo lo que el poder publico gasta en publicidad para el culto a la personalidad de los funcionarios gubernativos, para satisfacer esos rubros.
Pero fue en el Cabildo de la capital en donde conocio a Ignacio Fernando Perez, un indigena ciego de Taxco al que ayudo a redactar sus quejas por los maltratos en las minas de Alonso de Cerecedo.
The Director-General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, today called for an investigation into the killing of Francisco Pacheco Beltrn, in the Mexican city of Taxco on 25 April.
Se analizaran los murales que realizaron Marion y Grace Greenwood en Taxco y Morelia entre 1933 y 1934, con la finalidad de identificar los elementos que son afines al muralismo mexicano, la vision que tenian de nuestro pais y las dificultades que encontraron en Mexico, sin dejar de lado otros aspectos que permitiran entender mejor la obra en tanto que patrimonio cultural y el contexto social y politico en que fue realizada.
In Mexico, remains of these animals have been found in the following few localities: Las Tuna (Baja California Sur); Rancho El Ocote (Guanajuato); La Goleta and Charo (Michoacan); Ajijic, Ameca, and Chapala (Jalisco); Acultzingo (Puebla); and Taxco (Guerrero) (Miller, 1980; Alberdi and Corona-M, 2005; Carranza-Castaheda, 2006).
Las dosis de las principales hierbas medicinales que son empleadas en la atencion enfermedades del sistema digestivo (y/o sus signos y sintomas) en la ciudad de Taxco, Guerrero, Mexico.
Artistically, Pat Areias Strives to maintain the same level of excellence achieved by the great silversmithing visionaries Jean Puiforcat of France, Georg Jensen of Denmark and William Spratling of Taxco.
In mid-February, the state attorney general's office (Procuraduria General de Justicia del Estado, PGJE) in Guerrero announced the discovery of 21 bodies in two clandestine graves near the communities of Puente Campuzano and Mezcaltepec, in the municipality of Taxco de Alarcon.
This year's awardees included: Diana Natalicio, President of the University of Texas at El Paso; Eduardo Najera, Former NBA Hayer and Texas Legends Head Coach; Erwin Cruz, Clinical Professor of Neurology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School; Darren Rebelez, Chief Operating Officer for 7oEleven; and Alfredo Duarte, President and CEO of Taxco Produce.
Acapulco Now Fully Operational After Two September Storms Hit City Mexican tourism officials said Acapulco, Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo and Taxco are back in business following the one-two punch the destination sustained from Hurricane Ingrid and Tropical Storm Manuel in mid-September.
Spratling, an American architect, founded a silver workshop in Taxco in 1931, employing several Mexican silversmiths to make jewellery from his designs as well as their own.