Guadalajara - Guadalajara, Mexico

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Guadalajara - Guadalajara, Mexico

Guadalajara - Wikipedia

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Guadalajara is the capital of Jalisco state and a metropolitan area in western Mexico. The 2020 census shows that the city has 1,385,629 inhabitants, while the Guadalajara metropolitan region has 5,268,642,[6][7], making it the third largest metropolitan area in the country. Guadalajara is home to the second highest population density in Mexico with more than 10,361 inhabitants per square kilometer. [8] Guadalajara, a global center for business, finance and arts and culture, is also the economic center in the Bajio region. This region is one of the most developed and productive regions of Latin America. [9][10]

Guadalajara, the America's twentieth-largest metropolitan area[11], is a major Latin American financial and tech hub. It is often ranked among the top 100 most competitive and productive cities worldwide. The city is a major center in Mexico for science, technology and finance. It also has a significant presence in education, tourism, finance, education, finance, culture, innovation, and business. There are many landmarks in the city, such as Guadalajara Cathedral and Teatro Degollado. The Teatro Expiatorio, Hospicio Kabanas and San Juan de Dios Market, which is the largest indoor market in Latin America. [14]