Tuxpan

What is Tuxpan known for?


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in a total area of 1,051.89 km² (406.14 sq mi). The municipality includes many smaller outlying communities, the largest of which are Alto Lucero (Alto Lucero, Tuxpan, Veracruz) and Santiago de la Peña. Overview Tuxpan or Túxpam, pronounced in Nahuatl, the language of the ancient Aztecs, literally means "Place of Rabbits", a compound of ''tochtli'' "rabbit" and ''-pan'' "place". The city is located on the banks


strength

Hurricane Debby (Hurricane Debby (1982)) - reached Category 4 strength, grazed Bermuda and caused high winds at Cape Race, but no significant damage. * 1988's (1988 Atlantic hurricane season) Hurricane Debby (Hurricane Debby (1988)) - reached hurricane strength just before landfall at Tuxpan, Mexico, remaining a hurricane for only 6 hours and later becoming Tropical Depression 17-E in the Pacific. Ten were killed in Mexico. * 1994's (1994 Atlantic hurricane season) Tropical Storm


producing heavy

, producing heavy rain over the state of Veracruz until dissipating over the mountains of San Luis Potosí late on June 29. Hundreds of homes were damaged, and several towns, including Naranjos and Chinampa, about 60 miles (95 km) south of Tampico, were severely flooded, but the only reported fatalities were the two occupants of a car that was swept away by floodwaters in Naranjos.


home

, Veracruz Veracruz , Tuxpan is now the headquarters for the Mexican Navy's Gulf fleet. As such, it is the home port for several military vessels (Ship) including 3 frigates named ''Allende (ARM Allende)'', ''Abasolo (ARM Abasolo)'' and ''Victoria (ARM Victoria)''. These ships were originally ''Knox''-class (Knox class frigate) frigates built in the 1960s. They were purchased from the US Navy in the mid to late 1990s after their decommissioning. Tuxpan

was in charge of the garrison at Tuxpan, but did not play a significant role in the fighting with the United States Army. Based at Pensacola, Florida, ''Raritan'' then operated with the Home Squadron as it blockaded the east coast of Mexico and supported Army forces during the war with Mexico. As Commodore David Conner (David Conner (naval officer))'s flagship, she joined USS ''Potomac'' (USS Potomac (1822)) in landing 500 men at Point Isabel (Port Isabel, Texas) to reinforce

forces marched into Havana. One week after the concert on March 27, 2004, Sánchez embarked on a promotional road-tour through his father's home state of Sinaloa, Mexico (Sinaloa). He was en route to a concert in Tuxpan Nayarit Mexico, on the highway between Rosario (Rosario, Sinaloa) and Escuinapa, when the 1990 Lincoln Town Car, owned by his father, blew a tire. According to police, the driver lost control and the vehicle rolled into a ditch. The performer


harsh

rifles, 3 machine guns, around 40 pistols and 2 hand-held anti-tank guns. Coltman 2003 (#Col03). pp. 110-112. Bourne 1986 (#Bou86). pp. 132-133. Castro and Ramonet 2009 (#Cas09). p. 182. The 1,200 mile crossing to Cuba was harsh, and in the overcrowded conditions of the ship (which was designed to hold around 20 passengers), many of the men suffered from seasickness, and food supplies began to run low. At some points


run low

rifles, 3 machine guns, around 40 pistols and 2 hand-held anti-tank guns. Coltman 2003 (#Col03). pp. 110-112. Bourne 1986 (#Bou86). pp. 132-133. Castro and Ramonet 2009 (#Cas09). p. 182. The 1,200 mile crossing to Cuba was harsh, and in the overcrowded conditions of the ship (which was designed to hold around 20 passengers), many of the men suffered from seasickness, and food supplies began to run low. At some points


recordings

;inches 950 mm at Llano Gde. Hilarios. Hydrometeorological Prediction Center. Hurricane Dolly. Retrieved on 2007-01-22. The place with the most rainfall received in a 24-hour-period was in Micos, which received 12.94 inches (329 mm) of rain. Some other high rainfall recordings were in Santa Rosa , which recorded 10.59 inches (270&


contemporary architecture

20, 1951. For that reason it has contemporary architecture with well-lined and designed streets with a modern look. Main Attractions Poza Rica is close to the Costa Esmeralda, the northern beaches of Veracruz, such as Tecolutla, Tuxpan, Cazones and Playa Esmeralda. The UNESCO World Heritage Site of El Tajin is away. '''Gutiérrez Zamora''' is a city in the Mexican state of Veracruz. Gutiérrez Zamora is bordered by Papantla


important commercial

of the Tuxpan River (Río Tuxpan), which reaches the Gulf of Mexico a few kilometers downstream (11 km). Being the nearest port to Mexico City, Tuxpan is an important commercial link for Mexican imports and exports. Tuxpan is now primarily a grain (cereal) port, with emphasis on soybeans and maize. Off-shore links to oil pipelines are used to transfer petroleum products to and from tanker ships operated by Pemex, Mexico's state-owned oil company. As part of the Pemex operations and infrastructure in the city, a facility on the river manufactures and maintains oil rigs for use in the Gulf of Mexico. In the 1870s, a small colony (Confederate colonies) of some hundreds of former Confederate (Southern U.S.) officers, soldiers and diplomats was established. , which recorded 10.59 inches (270 mm), and Puerto de Valles, which received 10 inches (254 mm) of rain. The rains also occurred in some more widely-known cities, including Acapulco, with 7.48 inches (190 mm) of rain, Los Mochis, with 7.06 inches (179 mm), Tuxpan, with 5.88 inches (149 mm), Chetumal, with 5.73 inches (146 mm), Monterrey, with 4.93 inches (125 mm), and Cancún, with a mere 1.35 inches (34.3 mm). According to newspaper reports, fourteen people died in the storms passage. Seven drowned in Veracruz and four in Nuevo León. An additional two people from Nuevo León were reported to be missing. This could rise in post-season analysis. Hundreds of homes were destroyed leaving 35,000 people homeless and there was severe damage in Tuxpan, Tamiahua, Pueblo Viejo (Pueblo Viejo (Veracruz)), Platon (Platon (town)), Pánuco (Pánuco (Veracruz)), Tampico Alto, and elsewhere along the coast of northeast Mexico. In Quintana Roo, large areas of farmland were lost to the storm. class "wikitable" align "right" *1859-04-11 - Martyrs of Tacubaya - The forces of conservative general Leonardo Márquez executed the prisoners taken during battle with the forces of liberal general Santos Degollado in Tacubaya, outside of Mexico City. *1928-04-15 - The first scheduled flight of the Mexican Company of Aereal Transportation (today Mexicana de Aviación) took place on the route Mexico City-Tuxpan-Tampico. *April 16, 1839 - The Mexican state of Morelos was created.


significant role

was in charge of the garrison at Tuxpan, but did not play a significant role in the fighting with the United States Army. Based at Pensacola, Florida, ''Raritan'' then operated with the Home Squadron as it blockaded the east coast of Mexico and supported Army forces during the war with Mexico. As Commodore David Conner (David Conner (naval officer))'s flagship, she joined USS ''Potomac'' (USS Potomac (1822)) in landing 500 men at Point Isabel (Port Isabel, Texas) to reinforce that military depot in May 1846. During 1847, she participated in the landings at Veracruz (Veracruz, Veracruz) in March; at Tuxpan in April; and at Tabasco in June. ''Washington'' conducted sub-caliber practices, observed political conditions, and conducted torpedo practices off the ports of Tampico, Tuxpan, Progreso (Progreso, Yucatán), and Veracruz into the summer. Receiving provisions and stores from the supply ship , which recorded 10.59 inches (270 mm), and Puerto de Valles, which received 10 inches (254 mm) of rain. The rains also occurred in some more widely-known cities, including Acapulco, with 7.48 inches (190 mm) of rain, Los Mochis, with 7.06 inches (179 mm), Tuxpan, with 5.88 inches (149 mm), Chetumal, with 5.73 inches (146 mm), Monterrey, with 4.93 inches (125 mm), and Cancún, with a mere 1.35 inches (34.3 mm). According to newspaper reports, fourteen people died in the storms passage. Seven drowned in Veracruz and four in Nuevo León. An additional two people from Nuevo León were reported to be missing. This could rise in post-season analysis. Hundreds of homes were destroyed leaving 35,000 people homeless and there was severe damage in Tuxpan, Tamiahua, Pueblo Viejo (Pueblo Viejo (Veracruz)), Platon (Platon (town)), Pánuco (Pánuco (Veracruz)), Tampico Alto, and elsewhere along the coast of northeast Mexico. In Quintana Roo, large areas of farmland were lost to the storm. class "wikitable" align "right" *1859-04-11 - Martyrs of Tacubaya - The forces of conservative general Leonardo Márquez executed the prisoners taken during battle with the forces of liberal general Santos Degollado in Tacubaya, outside of Mexico City. *1928-04-15 - The first scheduled flight of the Mexican Company of Aereal Transportation (today Mexicana de Aviación) took place on the route Mexico City-Tuxpan-Tampico. *April 16, 1839 - The Mexican state of Morelos was created.

Tuxpan

'''Tuxpan''' (or '''Túxpam''', fully '''Túxpam de Rodríguez Cano''') is both a municipality (municipalities of Mexico) and city located in the Mexican (Mexico) state (Mexican state) of Veracruz. The population of the city was 78,523 and of the municipality was 134,394 inhabitants, according to the INEGI (National Institute of Statistics, Geography, and Data Processing) census of 2005, residing in a total area of 1,051.89 km² (406.14 sq mi). The municipality includes many smaller outlying communities, the largest of which are Alto Lucero (Alto Lucero, Tuxpan, Veracruz) and Santiago de la Peña.

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