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The great majority of the people living in Huajuapan de LeÃ³n are of Mixtec descent. The Mixtec language is not generally heard in the city, however. The Mixteca region of which Huajuapan is part has a high rate of immigration to the United States and remittances are important for the local economy.
Heroica Ciudad de Huajuapan de LeÃ³n; in Mixtec: Ã‘uu dee, meaning Place of Brave People) is a rural city with a surrounding municipality located in the northwestern part of the Mexican state of Oaxaca. It is has a population of about 45,321, the sixth-largest community in the state in population. It is located at the intersection of Federal Highways 125 and 190.
Huajuapan has a relatively low rate of illiteracy (6.8%) in comparison with national and state statistics. However, according to municipal statistics, one can note that at most, forty-seven out of every hundred inhabitants finished primary school while those that partly attended high school reach a 23%. These statistics are low compared with the national average of people that finish their primary, which stands at 7.34 years. State average is 5.29 years. An important regional university (Universidad TecnolÃ³gica de la Mixteca) has been operating in Huajuapan since 1991 with the aim of promoting development of the area. Senor de los Corazones is the city's most important local religious festival.
Huajuapan serves as municipal seat of the Huajuapan municipality, which has an area of 361.06 kmÂ² (139.41 sq mi) and a population of 45,321. It is located in a rugged and mountainous area of Oaxaca, The Mixteca Baja (part of the Mixteca region of Oaxaca), and the climate in this area is dry most of the year.
During the Mexican War of Independence, Huajuapan de LeÃ³n was the site of several events. The longest siege of the Independence War, which lasted approximately 111 days took place here; it was sustained by a group of hometown people under the orders of Colonel Valerio Trujano. The siege ended on July 23, 1812, with the help of General JosÃ© MarÃa Morelos.
The name of Huajuapan comes from the Nahuatl words huaxin = huaje, ohtli = road, and apan = river. Literally, River of the huajes. The town was elevated to an honorary Mexican status in June 1843 in remembrance of The siege of Huajuapan, a battle between the royal army and the insurgents led by JosÃ© MarÃa Morelos. The battle was won by the insurgents. The city was named after Antonio de LeÃ³n, a hero of the Mexican War of Independence.
* JosÃ© LÃ³pez AlavÃ©z, composer of the well-known CanciÃ³n Mixteca. * Antonio de LeÃ³n * Valerio Trujano * Sergio HernÃ¡ndez (painter) * Ricardo Osorio (soccer player)
In the center of the city is found the Catedral de Nuestra SeÃ±ora de Guadalupe (Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe) and the adjacent Capilla del SeÃ±or de los Corazones (Chapel of Our Lord of the Hearts). Nearby are some pre-Hispanic ruins at the Cerro de las Minas (Hill of the Mines) where the remains of plazas, residential areas, and a ball field.
* Link to tables of population data from Census of 2005 INEGI: Instituto Nacional de EstadÃstica, GeografÃa e InformÃ¡tica * Oaxaca Enciclopedia de los Municipios de MÃ©xico