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- There are three main areas of tourism, known as the Triángulo del Sol (triangle of the sun).
- Figurines and masks in pure Teotihuacán style have also, however, been found in Guerrero.
- Guerrero is located in southern Mexico.
- It is bordered on the north by the Mexican states of Michoacán, México, and Morelos; on the east by the states of Puebla and Oaxaca; and on the south by the Pacific Ocean.
- Guerrero is one of the most mountainous states in Mexico.
- The state is also known for its coastal plain, which stretches along the coastline of the Pacific Ocean.
- Total area: 64,282 square kilometers (24,819.4 sq mi).
- The state capital is Chilpancingo de los Bravo.
- Other important cities include Acapulco, Petatlan, Taxco, Iguala, and Zihuatanejo.
- Pie de la Cuesta is a small beach resort town approximately 5 miles north-west of Acapulco.
- Magico Mundo Marino aquarium is located between the beaches of Caleta and Caletilla.
- The caves of Juxtlahuaca and Oxtotitlán (pre-Columbian wall- paintings - see Chilpancingo) are well worth a visit.
- La Union: This is a small village located at the foothills of Guerrero, and is a must see when an individual tours.
- The best time of the year to visit Guerrero: May, December.
- There are 8,146 kilometers (5,091 miles) of paved roads and 94 kilometers (58 miles) of railroad in the state.
- A four-lane highway connects Mexico City and Acapulco.
- International airports in Zihuatanejo and Acapulco, both near the Pacific coast.
- Visitors enjoy water sports, beaches, deep-sea fishing, and golf.
- The local craftsmanship expressed in the shape of shellac, silver and gold delicate objects.
- ome of the favorite local dishes include the mole de jumil, made of an insect and typical of Taxco.
- Tlacoachistlahuaca, Xochistlahuaca, Yoloxochily and Chilapa, which produce world class woven products such as table cloths, napkins, shawls and embroidered dresses known as huipiles.
- Acapulco has a naval museum and Cuajinicuilapa has a museum of Afro-Indian (Afromestizo) culture