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Ayapango is a small town and municipality located in the southeast portion of the State of Mexico, southeast of Mexico City. Despite the fact that this municipality is distinctly rural, it falls within the Mexico City Metropolitan Area. The town is known for its "French style" (Spanish afrancesado) houses built early in the last century which have names which reflect something of their characteristics. The name Ayapango is derived from "eyapanco" which roughly translates to "place where three irrigation ditches meet." This town has been designated as a "Pueblo con Encanto" (Town with Charm) by the government of the State of Mexico.

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  • Municipio Ayapango
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  • Ayapango es un municipio perteneciente al Estado de México, enclavado a un costado del volcán Iztaccíhuatl. Sus primeros asentamientos se remontan a antes del año 1162 D.C, en ese año era ya habitado por tríbus acxotecas y mihuaques de origen Olmeca. Según el censo de población del 2005, la localidad tenía 6,361 habitantes.
  • Ayapango ist ein Municipio im mexikanischen Bundesstaat México. Es gehört zur Zona Metropolitana del Valle de México, der Metropolregion um Mexiko-Stadt. Der Sitz der Gemeinde und deren größter Ort ist Ayapango de Gabriel Ramos Millán. Die Gemeinde hatte im Jahr 2010 8.864 Einwohner, ihre Fläche beträgt 36,6 km².
  • Ayapango (mot d'origine nahuatl) est l'une de 125 municipalités de l'État de Mexico au Mexique. Ayapango confine au nord à Amecameca, à l'ouest à Otumba, au sud à Juchitepec et à l'est à Ecatzingo. Son chef-lieu est Ayapango qui compte 15 000 habitants. * Portail du Mexique Portail du Mexique
  • Ayapango é um município do estado do México no México.
  • Ayapango is a small town and municipality located in the southeast portion of the State of Mexico, southeast of Mexico City. Despite the fact that this municipality is distinctly rural, it falls within the Mexico City Metropolitan Area. The town is known for its "French style" (Spanish afrancesado) houses built early in the last century which have names which reflect something of their characteristics. The name Ayapango is derived from "eyapanco" which roughly translates to "place where three irrigation ditches meet." This town has been designated as a "Pueblo con Encanto" (Town with Charm) by the government of the State of Mexico.
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  • Ayapango
  • Ayapango del Gabriel Ramos Millan
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