A city in Mexico
By Danny (Carlos) and Colton (Taco)
Major Mountains and Rivers
2. There are 16 indigenous groups in Oaxaca, but there are hundreds of normal sized groups in Oaxaca.
3. Tourism is the principal industry in Oaxaca
A dried tortilla with pork, tomato, sauce, peppers, and other items on the Tlayudas.
It is a corn shell with meat, salsa, cheese, onions, guacamole, peppers, and other things.
A tortilla with peppers, tomato's, meat, sauce, and many different condiments.
There are two seasons in Oaxaca. There is a warm season and a cold season. The warm season lasts from March 23 to May 18 and it’s average temperatures reach to about 87 degrees. The hottest day of the year would be April 26th with a high in about the 90’s to 100’s. The cold season lasts from June 21 to February 1st and it’s average high is below 78 degrees. The coldest day of the year would be January 10th with an average low of 49 degrees. Precipitation varies throughout the year but the most would occur during the warm season and the beginning of the cold season. 43% of the time it will be thunderstorms. 29% of the time it will be moderate rain. 21% of the time it will be light rain. 5% of the time it will be a drizzle. 1% of the time it will be heavy rain, and 0.000001% of the time it is snow. Humidity reaches a high during the warm season and is very muggy and hot but the humidity drops during the cold season.
Church of Santo Domingo de Guzman
This is the Santo Domingo de Guzmán in Oaxaca. It was a old monastery that is now a main tourist attraction
Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption
is the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Antequera. Started being built in 1535.
Basilica of Our Lady of Solitude
Was a place of the Romans. Built in 1682. Dedicated to the Lady of Solitude.