Santa maria del oro

Santa maria del oro

Santa maría del oro jalisco – lorena lara

Santa Mara del Oro is a municipality and the seat of the municipality of Santa Mara del Oro in the Mexican state of Nayarit. It shares borders with the municipalities of El Nayar, Tepic, Ahuacatlán, Jala, San Pedro Lagunillas, La Yesca, and Xalisco in the state’s south. In 2005, the population was 21,688, with 3,314 people residing in the municipal seat of the same name. 912.90 km2 was the total area. 1st
Sant Mara del Oro is renowned for the same-named crater lake located east of town. This lake has a small tourism infrastructure, but it draws a large number of domestic and international visitors.
Tourism and agriculture are the mainstays of the economy. The most common crops are corn, peanuts, and sugarcane. There is also a large cattle herd, and poultry farming has become more common in recent years.

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It was originally known as “Santa Mara de Acuitaplco,” after the patron saint of the area and the Acuitaplco mine, which is situated at the lagoon’s tail. Because there were three fine gold mines near the area, the name was changed to “Santa Maria del Oro” in 1594. It is officially a municipality in the Mexican state of Nayarit.
Now… Imagine driving down a narrow, curvy road surrounded by lush foliage, then taking a right and unexpectedly seeing a lagoon embedded in a volcanic crater appear in front of you.
There are two great stories about the source of the name… One of them is said to have been created by the tears of two young people from separate tribes who, after falling in love and being discovered, were bound facing each other so that they could be near but never touch each other. The lagoon was created as a result of their tears.
Another legend surrounding the lagoon is that it is once a volcano’s crater. The lagoon’s depth has never been calculated, but it is incredibly deep, so… maybe it connects to the Earth’s heart!

Santa maria del oro, nayarit / 05 abril 2019

The volcano on this page is depicted on the maps below, which were scanned from the GVP map archives. The complete 300 dpi map can be accessed by clicking on the small pictures. The use of very small-scale maps (such as world maps) is not permitted. The maps database dates back more than 30 years, but it was only recently updated and linked to our main database. Please use the Contact GVP connection at the bottom of the page to send us an email if you find any incorrect details or other issues with the maps.
The data services map from the Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS) shows the location of seismic stations from all available networks (permanent and temporary) within a radius of 0.18° (roughly 20 km at mid-latitudes) from the defined location of Santa Mara del Oro. In the left row, users can configure a number of filters and options. Note that if no stations are known, the map will default to showing the entire world with an error message stating “No data matched request.”
UNAVCO’s Geodetic Data Services map shows the positions of GPS/GNSS stations from all available networks (permanent or temporary) within a 20-kilometer radius of Santa Mara del Oro. The data search can be customized based on station or network names, place, and time window. Adobe Flash Player is needed.

Laguna de santa maría del oro

Western Mexico is known for its diverse habitats, which allows tourists to experience a variety of natural wonders. This time, we’re leaving the coast and driving up into the mountains to visit a lagoon about three hours from Puerto Vallarta. This body of water was shrouded in mystery for a long time because its depth was uncertain. There is also a legend associated with it. It is currently one of the most popular tourist destinations in the state of Nayarit.
The Laguna de Santa Mara del Oro is located in the municipality of the same name, which refers to the patron saint of the region and the mining activity that took place during the Viceroyalty era, when our country was part of the Spanish colonies. To get to this town, take Highway 200 north and follow the signs to Compostela. The exit to Tepic is about 30 minutes after going through this town’s toll booth, and the turnoff to Santa Mara del Oro is about 15 minutes after that. The mountainous and forested landscape typical of this region can be appreciated through the car windows. The weather varies as well, giving the impression of a milder climate. As a result, it is a recommended getaway for any seasonal resident or tourist looking to get away from the beach and explore other areas.