Villa Corona is a town and municipality, in Jalisco in central-western Mexico. The municipality covers an area of 179.37 km². In the year of 1,160 several families left Aztlan Nahuatl, forming two large migrant groups. One group went to the north of what is now Jalisco and the other group towards the pacific region. The group that migrated towards Jalisco arrived at what is now Villa Corona, approximately 1250. One of the tribes decided to stay for their love of hunting and fishing. They were promptly accepted by the locals, all thanks to their peaceful and pacifist ways. It is likely that during these days the name, Tizapanito was conceived, a name which means "place on the white land". Initially being Tizapantzinco. Decree No. 242 of September 1871, stated that the political police station, Tizapanito, split from the municipality of Ameca and be added to the town of Cocula. On May 31 1918 Decree No. 1899, issued on June 5th, and in the first article, erected the municipality with the name of Villa Corona. Agapito Aguayo is approved as the first mayor. In 2005, the municipality had a total population of 15,196. Wikipedia
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