Aguascalientes is a state in the central region of Mexico. It is bordered by the states of Zacatecas and Jalisco to the north, and San Luis Potosí to the south. The capital and largest city is Aguascalientes City. It is known for its colonial-era architecture, intricate ironwork, and festivals such as the Feria Nacional de San Marcos and Festival Internacional del Globos de Cantoya. The state is also home to the Hot Springs of Aguascalientes, some of which are over 200 years old. From colonial-era history to natural attractions, Aguascalientes is a state with plenty of interesting trivia to learn!
1) What is the official name of Aguascalientes?
2) Which mountain range is located in the state of Aguascalientes?
3) How many municipalities are there in Aguascalientes?
4) Where is the highest peak in Aguascalientes located?
5) What is the name of the most important river in the state of Aguascalientes?
6) What is the most populated city in the state of Aguascalientes?
7) When did the state of Aguascalientes become part of Mexico?
8) What is the population of the state of Aguascalientes?
9) What is the state flower of Aguascalientes?
10) What is the name of the annual festival celebrated in Aguascalientes?
11) What type of terrain is predominant in the state of Aguascalientes?
12) What is the capital city of the state of Aguascalientes?
13) Which two states border Aguascalientes?
14) Which is the official language of Aguascalientes?
15) What type of climate is present in Aguascalientes?
16) What is the regional dish of Aguascalientes?
17) What is the beverage of choice in Aguascalientes?
18) What type of industry is the main source of employment in Aguascalientes?
19) What is the main sport in Aguascalientes?
20) What is the state bird of Aguascalientes?
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