Panales Jamaica

Panales Jamaica is a small town in the Tarimoro Municipality of Guanajuato, Mexico. It lies between the cities of Celaya and Salvatierra. It is in El Bajío, a valley region of central Mexico. It has mainly an agricultural economy, but it is beginning to industrialize thanks to the highway that passes through the very middle of Cañones. It has a population of about 3,000 people. It was founded in the late 16th century. It has begun to develop intensely over the past decade making it the second largest town in its area. Many of the people of this town have family in Dallas, Los Angeles, Detroit, Illinois, and scattered all over the U.S.A. The lands in and around Tarimoro are very fertile and are irrigated by a canal that runs from a local dam called


Panales Jamaica is a small town in the Tarimoro Municipality of Guanajuato, Mexico. It lies between the cities of Celaya and Salvatierra. It is in El Bajío, a valley region of central Mexico. It has mainly an agricultural economy, but it is beginning to industrialize thanks to the highway that passes through the very middle of Cañones. It has a population of about 3,000 people. It was founded in the late 16th century. It has begun to develop intensely over the past decade making it the second largest town in its area. Many of the people of this town have family in Dallas, Los Angeles, Detroit, Illinois, and scattered all over the U.S.A. The lands in and around Tarimoro are very fertile and are irrigated by a canal that runs from a local dam called "La Presa del Cubo".
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