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Zapopan

Mexico

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Cazzu
Sun,27 Nov 2022

Cazzu

    Reyno en Concierto
    Fri,2 Dec 2022

    Reyno en Concierto

    Reyno

    • rock
    Grupo Cañaveral
    Fri,2 Dec 2022

    Grupo Cañaveral

      Adexe & Nau
      Sun,29 Jan 2023

      Adexe & Nau

      • latin
      • pop
      Danna Paola
      Sat,11 Feb 2023

      Danna Paola

        Espinoza Paz
        Fri,17 Feb 2023

        Espinoza Paz

          Alejandro Sanz
          Fri,3 Mar 2023

          Alejandro Sanz

            Alejandro Sanz
            Sat,4 Mar 2023

            Alejandro Sanz

              Ricardo Montaner
              Wed,8 Mar 2023

              Ricardo Montaner

                Ana Gabriel
                Sat,27 May 2023

                Ana Gabriel

                  Ana Gabriel
                  Sun,28 May 2023

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                    Tue,30 May 2023

                    Ana Gabriel

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                      Zapopan (Spanish pronunciation: [saˈpopan]) is a city and municipality located in the Mexican state of Jalisco. Part of the Guadalajara Metropolitan Area, the population of Zapopan city proper makes it the second largest city in the state, very close behind the population of Guadalajara proper. It is best known as being the home of the Virgin of Zapopan, an image of the Virgin Mary which was made in the 16th century. This image has been credited with a number of miracles and has been recognized by popes and even visited by Pope John Paul II. The municipality is also the home of the Centro Cultural Universitario, which contains one of the most important concert venues in Latin America and is the home of the new stadium for the C.D. Guadalajara.The name Zapopan means "among the sapote trees". It derives from the Nahuatl word tzapotl "sapote" with the addition of the locative suffix -pan. It also has the nickname of “ex Villa Maicera” ("former Corn Village"), as it used to be a major producer of corn. Its seal was designed by José Trinidad Laris in 1941 for the 400th anniversary of the city's founding.

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